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2HE ARCHIVE 
November 1887 to May 1932 
Author and Subject Index 

with 

Appendix citing references to 
drawings and pictures, and list- 
ing chronologically the business 
managers and editors 



Compiled by- 
Walter B. West, Jr. 

and 
Benjamin E. Powell 



7J„, THE ARCHIVE 



November 1887 to Hay 1932 
Author and Subject Index 



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A 

Belief; poem, v 37, p 300, April 1925 

Group of historians, v 3, p 105, March 1890 

Voyage to success, v 5, p 146, Jan 1892 
Abelew, Jack 

Riddle, v 41, p 16, Jan 1929 
Abernethy, Ethel 

cleaning of tartuffe. v 26, p 167, Dec 1912 

Woman's influence as outlined in Goethe' s Iphigenie. 
v 26, p 212, Feb. -March 1913 
Abrams, W. A. 

Repentant moonshiner, v 37, o 171, Jan 1925 
A. C 

Passing of the negro from politics, v 16, p 223, Feb 1903 
Adams, H. B. , Jr. 

Books on North O&raliha history and literature at 
Trinity College, v 17, p 117, Dec 1903 

Earliest historian in North Carolina- John Lav/son. 
v 15, p 182, Dec 1901 

Home-coming of "Marse George." v 17, p29, Oct 1903 

Jim Wilson's ruse, v 15, p 455, April 1902 

Sister Doloroso. v 16, p 36, Oct 1902 
A.dams, Wade H. , Jr. 

Incredible again, v 43, p 15, March 1931 
Adams, Wade H. 

James M. Barrie. v 11, p 314, March 1898 
Ader, Olin P. 

Christmas thought, v 7, pi, Dec 1893 
Adge 

Advice to new girls, v 31, p 52, Oct 1917 

Psychological problem, v 31, p 307, March 1918 
Agee, Cecil G. 

Cleopatra's farewell, v 40, p 21, Dec 1927 
Agent 

Vacation experiences of two college students, 
v 12, p 8," Oct 1898 
Aiken, Jesse E. 

Conclusion, v 42, p 12, Nov 1929 

Whirl is king, v 42, p 17. March 1930 
Aiken, J. N. 

Inheritance of the spirit, v 24, p 4, c t.l910 

Irwin Russell, v 23, p 63, Nov 1909 

i.Iadamoiselle. v 25, p 347, May 1912 



274757 



Ailcen, J. N. - continued 

Poetry of John B. Tabb. v 23, p 288, April 1910 

Two names, v 22, p 277, April 1909 

What shall it profit a man? v 24, p 256, M P rch 1911 
A L 

League to enforce peace, v 30, p 176, Feb 1917 

Reign of Peter the Great, v 30/p 69, Nov 1916 
Alderman, S. S. 

Kriemhilde. v 26, p 63, &ov 1912 

La Belle Chason sens merci. v 25, p 44, Nov 1911 
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey 

Thomas Bailey Aldrich, by J. L. Hutchinson, v 22, p 356, 
May-June 1909 

Aldridge, F. S. 
Wordsworth and Nature, v 9, p 83, Nov 1895 

Alethios 
Truth, a par a ble. v 24, p 244, March 1911 

Alexander, Clark 
Autumn meditation, v 50, p 54, Nov 1916 
Bells of Trinity, v 32, p 336, April-May 1920 
Christmas Eve. v 30, p 97, Dec 1916 

Alexander, Sandra 
Glass, v 39, p 17, March 1S27 
Optimist, v 39, p 2, Dec 1926 

Alien, Gay 
Anthology of College Verse, v 37, p 276, March 1925 
Coffee and human felicity, v 38, p 5, June 1926 
Country doctor, v 40, p 13, Oct 1927 
Will Rogers or Chic Sales? v 44, p 13, March 1932 
Dialect of the North Carolina mountaineer, v 35, p 32, 

May 1913 
Emancipating hill billies, v 37, p 9, Oct 1925 
Gold mounted guns; play, v 37, p 260, March 1925 

Kinship of Shaw's with Schiller's Joan of Arc. v 37 
p 210, Feb 1925 

Jurgen and Faust, v 38, p 9, Nov 1925 

More or less about college magazines, v 37, p 341, 
May 1925 

Newspapers that ain't, v 37, p 155, Jan 1925 

Seeds of deeds, v 35, p 24, April 1923 
Allen, George V. 

College publications, v 35, p 23, May 1923 

Fireside reflections, v 35, p 12, Jan 1923 

Hillbilly, v 39, p 31, Dec 1926 

In the reticent Unakas. v 37, p 18, Oct 1924 

On worry, v 35, p 13, March 1923 
Allen, T. Murray 

downfall of a monarchy, v 13, p 376, March 1900 

Samuel Johnston in revolutionary times, v 14, p 70, Nov 1900 

Altvater, Vernon 
Aoology for senseless poetry, v 42, p 4, Jan 1930 
using, v 42, p 10, March 1930 

274757 



A. M. T. 

In the career of Jack Elton, attorney, v 15, p 239, 
Jan 1902 
Anderson, A. R. 

Jimmie. v 27, p 282, April 1914 
Anderson, P. V. 

Introduction of slavery into America, v 10, p 18, Oct 1896 
Anderson, W. H. 

Blasted life, v 11, p 70, Nov 1997 

Possibility, v 10, p 282, March 1897 

Three-cornered game, v 11, p 280, Feb. 1898 

Valentine, v 11, p 17, Oct 1897 
Anderson, W. Wadsley 

Drag, v 42, p 3, Feb 1930 

Futility, v 42, p 14, Dec 1929 

Well, where are we going? v 41, p 8, March 1929 
Andrews, M. B. 

Advertisement, v 27, p 363, May 1914 

Call of the world, v 28, p 362, Hay 1915 

College days, v 28, p 108, Nov 1914 

Compensation, v 27, p 379, May 1914 

Eventide, v 27, p 336, May 1914 

Forest. v 27, p 239, ^arch 1914 

Genius of Shakespeare, v 26, p 187, Dec 1912 

Kite and a heart, v 27, p 24, Oct 1913 

Loch lily, v 27, p 281, April 1914 

Master of song, v 29, p 253, April 1916 

Passing of the gate, v 27, p 47, Nov 1913 

Recollections, v 27, p 297, April 1914 

Strawberry time at home, v 26, p 338, May 1913 

Sunset as seen from the slums of a city, v 28, p 218, 
Feb 1915 

Tamed roses, v 26, p 144, Nov 1912 

The hermit Elwtjod. v 26, p 278, April 1913 

Two leap year letters, v 25, p 306, April 1912 

Vacation time is over, v 28, p 51, Oct 1914 

When Kaiser '.'ilhelm sleeps. v^29, p 93, Nov 1915 

Where earth and heaven meet, v 26, p 58, Oct 1912 
Andrews, W. P. 

Plea for co-education in college and university work, 
v 5, p 47, Nov 1891 
Angier, Inez Duke 

Early libraries in North Carolina, v 17, p 18, Oct 1903 

Poems of Dr. Van Dyke, v 16, p 186, Jan 1903 
Anonymous 

Acts of the Trinitites in the days of Kilgo the Great, 
v 14, p 198, Jan 1901 

After dark, v 33, p 45, Dec 1920 

Ah. 1 poem, v 29, p 236, March 1916 

American commercialism, v 15, p 293, Feb 1902 

Appeal to the public; poem. vl8, p 280, March 1905 



Anonymous - continued 
Broken violin, v.29, p 223, March 1916 
Cafe blues, v 32," p 293, March 1920 
Chanson, v 21, p 37, Oct 1907 
Christmas legend; poem, v 27, p 107, Dec 1913 
Class distinction, v 7, p 17, March 1894 
Co-ed; poem, v 30, p 192, Feb 1917 

Co-ed's soliloquy; poem, v 26, p 217, Feb- March 1913 
College athletics, v 7, p 4, March 1894 
College tragedy; poem, v 32, p 292, March 1920 
Day-break; poem, v 35, p 43, May 1923 
De Graff enre id and the Swiss and Palatine settlement 

of New Bern, N. C v 8, p 73, Nov 1899 
Defense of the so-called menagerie of serpents, v 30, 

p 86, Nov 1916 
Dialogue between Arnold and Lord Cornwallis. v 43, 

p 17, Dec 1930 
Dream; poem, v 17, p 17, Oct 1903 
Drill; poem, v 30, p 362, May 1917 
Duty; goem. v 21, p 58, Nov 1907 
Excelsior; poem, v 35, p 27, April 1923 
Fantasy; poem, v 27, p 116, Dec 1913 

Freshman, before and after; poem, v 30, p 86, Nov 1916 
Freshman's heaven; poem, v 17, p 303, Feb 1904 
Freshman's rosary; poem, v 27, p 356, May 1914 
Gad.' Dunno; poem, v 30, p 35, Oct 1916 

Greatest living poet-Browning, v 3, p 47, Dec 1889, Jan 1890 
Greatest living poet-Tennyson, v 3, p 45, Dec 1889, Jan 1890 
Gwyin' down de road, v 15, p 519, May 1902 
Hand of vengeance, v 28, p 340, May 1915 
Hecate; poem, v 24, p 183, Feb 1911 
Hesperian Literary Society, v 17, June 1904 
Historic significance of kissing, v. 30, p 135, Dec 1916 
I am a sophomore; poem, v 33, p 40, May 1921 
Idyll in silhouette; poem, v 24, p 173, Feb 1911 
Immortality; poem, v 18, p 443, June 1905 
Jane's lover, v 28, p 157, Dec 1914 
Fiske, John, v 15, p 46, Oct 1901 
Laissez faire; poem, v 29, p 21, Oct 1915 
Langeweile; poem, v 27, p 3, Oct 1913 
Leaving the bar; poem, v 19, p 102, Nov 1905 
Lied der Vogel; poem, v 27, p 71, Nov 1913 
Life, v 30, p 363, May 1917 

Life's little joke; poem- v 35, p 27, April 1923 
Lines written on English §; poem, v 29, p 168, Feb 1916 
Love's guiding gleam; poem, v 30, p 208, March 1907 

an-like. v 37, p 70, Nov 1924 
manuscript found ina madhouse, v 24, p 116, Dec 1910 
Marjery; poem, v 18, p 414, June 1905 
Marse Jack; poem, v 19, p 277, April 1906 
Measles; poem. v. 30, p 189, Feb 1917 



Anonymous - continued 
Menagerie of serpents- v 30, p 36, Oct 1916 
Modern stone age dope; poem, v 32, p 291, March 1920 
Moody, Dwight L. v 13, p 304, Feb 1900 
Morning: a sonnet, v 24, p 105, Dec 1910 
Musice paraclites; poem, v 24, p 247, March 1911 
Mutlosigkeit; poem, v 27, p 253, March 1914 
Mystery of the unknown, v 29, p 193, Feb 1916 
Negro debate, v 28, p 176, Dec 1914 
New vision; poem, v 29, p 228, March 1916 
Night at the old fort, v 15, p 512, May 1902 
Ninety-nineteen. v 17, June 1904 
Trinity; poem, v 21, p 351, June 1908 
Ode. v 32, p 293, March 1920 

On the great metropolitan street; poem, v 30, p 364, May 1917 
Origin and development of the English novel, v 13, p 443, 

April 1900 
Our gymnasium; poem, v 35, p 27, Jan 1923 
Our new professors, v 5, p 7, Oct 1891 

v 5, p 61, Nov 1891 

v 7, p 4, Oct 1893 

v 8, p 37, Oct 1894 
Parody; poem, v 27, p 380, May 1914 
Parted; poem, v 29, p 250, March 1916 
Pasteur, Louis, v 9, p 158, Dec 1895 

Pegasus being tethered near; poem, v 33, p 3, Feb 1921 
Poet laureate; poem, v 17, p 303, Feb 1904 
Possession; poem, v 21, p 27, Oct 1907 
Prophecy - a view of n ades. v 20, p 344, May 1907 
Ravinft of a freshman; poem, v 17, p 417, April 1904 
Ravings; poem, v 33, p 52, Dec 1920 
Recompense; poem, v 27, p 196, Feb 1914 
Red devil - it's a lie. v 35, p 27, Feb 1923 
Reflection; poem, v 15, p 496, May 1902 
Romanticist awakes; poem, v 27, p 161, Feb 1914 
Rossleln auf der Heide; poem, v 27, p 78, Nov 1913 
Science club, v 17, June 1904 

Soldier's complaint; poem, v 24, p 243, March 1911 
Song of spring; poem, v 27, p 213, March 1914 
Songs of the silence; poem, v 27, p 169, Feb 1914 
Sonnet, v 31, p 378, April 1918 
Sower; poem, v 28, p 147, Dec 1914 
Spring, summer, Srandma' s. v 35, p 34, May 1923 
Study of polities, v 6, p 103, Dec 1892 
Sudermann, Hermann, v 25, p 215, ^arch 1912 
Sylvester, James Joseph, v 9, p 93, Nov 1395 
This is the school that Duke built; poem, v 37, p 313, 

April 1925 
Three talk, v 37, p 228, Feb 1925 
To a pine; poem, v 21, p 300, April 1908 



Anonymous - continued 
To an arbutus blossom, v 27, p 379, May 1914 
To Chlais; poem, v 26, p 337, May 1913 
To Julia, aetatis 6; poem, v 33, p 5, April 1921 
To Kilgo; poem, v 17, p 449, June 1904 
To the class of 1904; poem, v 17, p 436, June 1904 
To the library; poem, v 32, p 291, March 1920 
To the Tar Heel brigade on the border; poem, v 30, p 256 

March 1917 
To the Trinity College baseball team; poem, v 18, p 447, 

June 1905 
Trinity College; poem, v 17, p 141, Dec 1903 
Trinity College glee club, v 16, p 428, ^ay 1903 
Trinity College historical society, v 17, #une 1904 
Trinity, thirteen; poem, v 26, p 376, May 1913 
Twilight; poem, v 24, p 283, April 1911 
Under her window; poem, v 26, p 29, Oct 1912 
Under the mistletoe; poem, v 18, p 145, Dec 1904 
Violet by a mossy stone, v 24, p 164, Feb 1911 
Vision; poem, v 17, p 70, Nov 1903 
Wake up, freshman; poem, v 32, p 293, March 1920 
Wanted: knowledge; poem, v 32, p 294, March 1920 

.at's the matter? v 20, p 247, April 1907 
While thousdost sleep; poem, v 17, p 63, Nov 1903 
Ye chronicles of ye noughty seven, v 20, p 351, May 1907 

Aot 
Haunted hut. v 20, p 84, Nov 1906 
John redeems himself, v 20, p 135, Dec 1906 

A. P. V. 
Dan'l. V 10, p 184, Jan 1897 

A. P. X. 
Origin and development of English parties, v 16, p 252, 
Feb 1903 

Archive 
Contribution of the Archive to history, by J. S. Bassett. 

v 14, p 154, Dec 1900 
History of the Archive, by N. S. Ogburn. v 17, p 84, 
Nov 1903_ 

Arendell, i>anks 
Ingratitude, v 30, p 220, ^arch 1917 
Miss Sherlock Holmes, v 29, p 9, Oct 1915 

Ark 
Jim. v 20, p 32, Oct 1906 

Arnfield, p. 
Cooperative era. v 5, p 321, May 1892 
Extempore speech, v 5, p 26, Oct 1891 

Formulative influences upon character, v 5, p 154, Jan 1892 
From the drop to the ocean, v 5, p 72, Nov 1891 
From the past to the present, v 5, p 24, Oct 1891 
Happiness, v 5, p 226, ^arch 1892 
Historical society, v 5, p 267, June 1892 
Hogs, v 5, p 120, Dec 1891 
Home, v 5, p 152, Jan 1692 
Is fortune blind? v 5, p 117, Dec 1891 



Armfield, F. - continued 
Is the method of pleading in our courts just? v 5, 

p 226, March 1892 
Is the tendency toward socialism? v 5, p 228, March 1892 
New view of the negro problem, v 5, p 194, Feb 1892 
Objective point, v 5, p 268, June 1892 
Oration writing, v 5, P 280, April 1892 
Ourselves and others, v 5, g 25, Oct 1891 
Political corruption, v 5, p 152, Jan 1892 
Reading, v 5, p 71, Nov 1891 
Sense education for the perception of beauty, v 5, 

p 322, May 1892 
South' s greatest need, v 6, p 131, Jan 1893 
Vacation, v 5, p 266, June 1892 
What do you live for? v 5, p 69, Nov 1891 
What then? v 5, p 118, Dec 1891 
What to do? v 5, p 192, Feb 1892 
Armstrong, J. L. 
Reform spelling, v 6, p 96, Dec 1892 

v 6, p 142, Jan 1893 
v 6, p 239, March 1893 
v 6, p 281, April 1893 
Arnold, Matthew 
Matthew Arnold's conception of culture, by M. B. C 
v 13, p 477, May 1900 
Arnold, Thomas 

Thomas Arnold, by J. F. Bivins. v 18, p 12, Oct 1904 
Arp, Bill 

Bill Arp, by D. W. Newsom, v 14, p 249, Feb 1901 
Asbury, Francis 
Sketch of Francis Asbury, by Z. E. Barnhardt. v 19, 
p 329, May 1906 
Aster 
Influence of national life upon literature, v 2, p 163, 
June 1889 
Athena Literary Society 
Athena Literary Society, by Irma L. Tape v 26, p 70, 
Nov 1912 
Atlantic Monthly 
Fifty years of an American magazine, by Lassaphine Reeves. 

v 21, p 105, Dec 1907 
First years of the Atlantic Monthly, by Edna Clyde Kilgo, 
v 16, p 369, May 1903 
Avery, I. E. 
Develop yourself, v 6, p 66, Nov 1892 
Drumming, v 6, p 162, Jan 1893 
Hawaiian annexation, v 6, p 250, March 1893 
Need of libraries in the South, v 6, p 108, Dec 1892 
Originality, v 6, p 159, Jan 1893 

Rise and decline of the papacy, v 5, p 265, April 1892 
Speaking of college topics, v 6, p 340, May 1893 
Start of a great enterprise, v 6, p 23, Sept. 1892 
Student expression, v 6, p 343, May 1893 



Avery, I. E. - continued 
Student government, v 6, p 247, March. 1893 
Trend of the age. v 6, p 208, Feb 1893 
Truly successful college life, v 6, p 110, Dec 1892 
What next? v 6, p 22, Sept 1892 
Isaac Erwin Avery, by A. G. Moore, v 17, p 427, June 1904 

A. X. 

Don't; poem, v 34, p 222, Dec 1921 
B 
Impressions; poem. v21, p 112, Dec 1907 
Observance in a class room, v 19, p 373, June 1906 
Picture; ooem. v 21, p 132, Dec 1907 

B. A. 

Seventeen; poem, v 28, p 220, Feb 1915 
Bach, John Sebastian 

John Sebastian Bach, by Van Wyck Kimball, v 27, p 133, 
Dec 1913 
Bachelor Boy 

Confession; poem, v 4, p 78, Feb 1891 
Eagley, C R. 

Cruise on the James, v 27, p 175, Feb 1914 

Impressions of Oberammergau. v 35, p 23, Oct 1922 

Some aspeets of life at Oglethorpe, v 31, p 29, Oct 1917 

Two ideals, v 28, p 229, March 1915 
Bain, James W. 

On Unalaska. v 25, p 225, ^arch 1912 

Wanderer, v 25, p 133, Dec 1911 
Baldwin, J. A. 

Boot-licking, v 6, p 155, Jan 1893 

Origin of the name America, v 6, p 56, Nov 1892 

Pauperism, v 6, p 275, April 1893 
Baldwin, Lucille E. 

Das Ewige Weibliche. v 29, p 332, May 1916 

Mrs. Porter has a change of heart, v 30, p 316, April 1917 
Ball, Charlotte I. 

Evening in Charleston; poem, v 41, p 16, April 1929 
Bandy, William 

Baudelaire and forty years, v 40, p 9, March 1928 
*3ane, James W. 

Law or justice, v 25, p 26, Oct 1911 
Barbarian 

Rude awakening of a reborn spirit, v 26, p 266, April 1913 
Baringer, P. J. 

Psalm of football; poem, v 16, p 141, Dec 1902 
Barnard, B. W. 

College journalism and the Clarion, v 28, p 546, May 1915 

Our mountain people, v 28, p 249, March 1915 

Party man and the independent voter, v 29, p 13, Oct 1915 
Earnhardt, C C 

To John Charles Mc Neill;poem. v 21, p 58, Nov 1907 

To Rev. Sam P. Jones; poem, v 20, p 75, Nov 1906 
Barnhardt, J. H. 

Domestic service in colonial times, v 12, p 141, Dec 1898 



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Barnhardt, Z. E. 
Joel Chandler Harris, v 18, p 422, June 1905 
Sketch of Francis Asbury. v 19, p 339, May 1906 
Barr, RonaldaWalker 
Epitaph for a spinster; poem, v 38, p 4, Jan 1926 
Kelaine; ooem. v 38 

Requiescat; poem, v 38, p 4, Dec 1925 
Street Woman; poem, v 38, p 23, April 1926 
Vincit omnia Veritas; poem, v 38, p 4, Nov 1925 
Barrie, James M. 

James II. Barrie, by Wade Adams, v 11, p 314, March 1898 
Barringer, Blanche 
Divided they fall, v 34, p 274, Jan-Feb 1922 
Help us to know thy way; poem, v 34, p 118, Nov 1921 
To the girls of '21; peem. v 34, p 252, Jan-Feb 1922 
Barry, Jack 

I shall go - tomorrow; poem, v 39, p 35, March 1927 
Basler, R. P. 
Riverscapes; poem, v 41, p 15, Dec 1928 
Song for George, who wandered in his drinks; poem. 

v 42, p 8, Dec 1929 
Song for Pierre, v/hose hoboing was a matter of art and 

sensibility; poem, v 42, p 10, Dec 1929 
Song for Roper, born a hobo; poem, v 42, p 7, Dec 1929 
Song for Sam Dunklin, a perfect American product; poem. 
v 42, p 9, Dec 1929 
Bassett, John 8. 
Case of the state vs. Will, v 10, p 267, March 1897 
Congressional career of Thos. L. Clingman. v 13, p 1, 

Oct 1899 
Contribution of the Archive to history, v 14, p 154, 

Dec 1900 
Edward Graham Daves. V 9, p 224, Jan 1896 
Historic Hillsboro. v 10, p 66, Nov 1896 
Historical methods, v 11, p 177, Jan 1898 
Immigration and southern progress, v 6, p 311, May 1893 
Joseph Halstead Gillespie, v 9, p 33, Oct 1895 
Landholding in colonial North Carolina. 

v 10, p 334, April 1897 
v 10, p 393, May 1897 
Need of a great reference library in the South, v 15, 

p 129, Nov 1901 
North Carolina Methodism and slavery, v 12, p 531, May 1899 
Running the blockade from Confederate ports, v 11, p 1, 

Oct 1897 
Old Durham traditions, v 19, p 161, Feb 1906 
Some new matter relating to the Mecklenburg resolutions. 

v 15, p 26, Oct 1901 
Some phases of early plantation life in North Carolina. 

v 6, p 98, Dec 1892 
Southern literature of the past and of the future, 
v 6, p 181, Feb 1893 



3assett, John S. - continued 

Trinity College library, v 16, p 275, Llarch 1903 

What our society may do for North Carolina history. 
v 18, p 63, Nov 1904 
Bassett, Lucy 

Domestic service, v 18, p 345, May 1905 
B. A. T. 

Have an interest in politics, v 5, p 96, Dec 1891 
Baugh, A. 3. 

Country boy. v 27, p 311, April 1914 

Gift, v 27, p 129, Dec 1913 

March of man. v 27, p 257, J-iarch 1914 

Pantheism, v 27, p 190, Feb 1914 
Bays, Will W. 

Sonnet to Milton 
Bee, Fr ank 

How to keep a typewriter, v 26, p 285, April 1913 
Belk, Henry 

Dark Seed, v 34, p 418, April 1922 

M y loves; poem, v 34, p 350, March 1922 

Time turned backward, v 34, P 200, Dec 1921 

To - ; poem, v 34, p 153, Nov 1921 

To my mess-hall card; poem. v32, p 182, Jan 1920 
Bell, Sharley 

Mountain; poem, v 41, p 15, Oct 1928 
Bell, Spenser 

Escape", v 38, p 15, Oct 1925 
Belle, Henry 

Mid pastures green, v 34, p 218, Dec 1921 
Benedict, A. 

Man and the woman, v 30, p 4, Oct 1916 
Benjamin 

Composite aerial, v 4, p 92, March 1891 
Bennett, F. S. 

La Belle France, v 25, p 323, May 1912 
Bennett, J. Eston 

Artistic flirting, v 28, p 312, April 1915 
Bennett, R. H. 

Two Durhams. v 29, p 217, March 1916 
Benton, J. K. 

Woman with the candle, v 40, p 11, Feb 1928 
Berghauser, A. Sartor 

Christmas; poem, v 21, p 143, Bee 1907 

Christmas leave-te.king; poem, v 21, p 104, Dec 1907 

Gray to gold; poem, v 21, p 225, Feb 1908 

Lafcadio Hearn. v 21, p 334, May 1908 

Moth at the window; uoem. v 21, p 371, June 1908 

Prayer of the youth; poem, v 21, p 326, May 1908 

Road song; poem, v 23, p 195, Feb 1910 

Sunset bell; poem, v 21, p 38, Oct 1907 

thoughts; ooem. v 21, p 3ie, May 1908 






Berghauser, A. Sarfcfcr - continued 

Time of Thanksgiving; poem, v 21, p 53, Nov 1907 

Trinity; poem, v 21, p 364, June 1S08 

Voyager; poem, v 21, p 253, Feb 1808 
Bernbred, Jimmy 

Fight for the sheepskin, v 16, p 87, Nov 1902 

Thwarted, v 16, p 201, Jan 1903 

Secret of Shackelford's, v 16, p 14, Oct 1902 
Berry, Mary A. 

Beneath the surface, v 28, p 20, Oct 1914 
Best, J. A. 

Correspondence of Carlyle and Emerson, v IB, p 487 
May 1902 

North Carolina in the French and Indian War. v 15, 
p 382, March 1902 
Best, Paul W. 

His greatest case, v 24, p 184, Feb 1911 
Bill 

Spring; poem, v 18, p 427, June 1905 
Bivins, C L. 

False world transformed, v 20, p 304, May 1907 

Old house, v 20, p 312, May 1907 

Servant in the house-an estimate, v 22, p 244, ^arch 1909 
Bivins, C M. 

On Hatteras ^ar; poem, v 21, p 224, Feb 1908 
Bivins, lone 

V/ayside Wait, v 31, p 308, ^arch 1918 
Bivins, J. F. 

Christian Reid. v 9, p 360, March 1896 

Life and character of Jacob Thompson, v 11, p 149, 
Dec 1897 

Life of Phillips Brooks, v 14, p 345, April 1901 

v 11, p 443, May 1901 

New; poem, v 10, p 151, Dec 1896 

Poet's view of the French Revolution, v 9, p 138, 
Dec 1895 

Pelation of the student body to the success of the 
college, v 9, p 21, <^ct 1895 

She shall be free; poem, v 12, p 175, Dec 1898 

Song; poem, v 14, p 201, Jan 1901 

Thomas Arnold, v 18, p 12, Oct 1904 

True aspects of southern slavery, v 9, p 469, May 1896 

Washington; sonnet, v 14, p 332, -iarch 1901 

Joseph Francis Bivins, by S. B. Underwood, v 18, p 1, 
Oct 1904 
Bivins, W. A. 

Sonnets of Shakspere. v 14, p 324, March 1901 

Thomas Nelson Page, v 15, p 447, April 1902 
B. J. 

Sunny days of youth; poem, v 11, p 141, Dec 1897 



Bjttrkman, Edwin 

Autumn; poem, v 40, p 2, J an 1928 

Evening star; v 44, p 7, Feb 1932 

Gerhart Hauptmann: a tribute, v 41, p 3, Oct 1928 

Summer; poem, v 40, p 2, Jan 1928 

Women of Aran; poem, v 44, p 18, March 1932 

Desertion; poem, v 39, p 16, April 1927 
Blackburn, Elizabeth Cheney 

I am not known to quietness; poem, v 39, p 19, April 1927 

Song of the sea sprite; poem, v 39, p 3, ^arch 1927 

Your Image; poem, v 39, p 16, April 1927 
Blades, L. S. , Jr. 

Fright, v 39, p 32, March 1927 

Known and unknown, v 40, p 17, April 1928 

Rhythm, v 39, p 24, Oct 1926 
Blalock, L. C. 

TT idnight visitor, v 12, p 383, March 1899 
Blanchard, Julian 

Isaac Walton and "The Complete Angler. " v 16, p 356, 
April 1903 

John McTyeire Flowers, v 18, p 198, Jan 1905 

Life of Nathaniel Macon, v 12, p 309, March 1904 

North Carolina inthe first national congress, v 15, 
p 389, March 1902 
Blanchard, L. E. 

Sand banks of North Carolina, v 20, o 193, Feb 1907 
B. 0. 

Last days of Jesus, v 3, p 53, Dec 1889 - Jan 1890 
B. 0. D. p 

Crazy John's story, v 20, p 296, May 1907 
Boggs, Henry P. 

Notes on the life of Columbus, v 6, p 58, Nov 1892 

Spenser's diction, a critique, v 6, p 46, Nov 1892 

What is art? v 7, p 4, «Jan ~1894 
Boggess, Olin 

Three crises in the life of a scholar, v 7, pi, Oct 1893 
Boner, John H. 

John Henry Boner: Poet of N rth Carolina, by Edna. Clyde 
Kilgo. v 16, p 341, April 1903 
Bony 

Is marriage a failure? v 2, p 143, M ay 1889 

Blea for the man in the moon, v 2, p 83, Feb 1889 
Eost, J. L. 

Day dreams, v 8, p 17, Feb 1895 

Servant problem in theSouth. v 8, p 16, April 1895 
Bowling, E. S. 

My sweetheart's father- v 12, p 487, April 1899 

Patched pants period, v 12, p 422, March 1899 
Boyd, Julian 

Hog and homing, v 38, p 5, Jan 1926 

Ragtail and bobtail, v 38, p 16, May 1926 



Boyd, W. K. 
Ad valorem slave trade, v 14, pi, u ct 1900 
Classes in western Worth Carolina, v 10, p 219, Feb 1897 
Dennis Heartt. v 10, p 344, April 1897 
John 3. Cairns, Ornithologist, v 10, p 25, Oct 1896 
Nathanlal : -acon in national legislation, v 13, p 147, 

Dec 1899 
Relation of public schools to southern literature. 

v 10, p 193, Jan 1897 
William W. Holden. v 11, p 396, April 1898 

p 459, May 1898 
v 12, p 21, Oct 1898 
o 112, Nov 1898 
p 272, Jan 1899 
Bradshaw, Mike 
Acid test, v 35, p 13, Ban 1923 
Cavallo cameo, v 37, p 349, May 1925 
College man's philosophy, v 37, p 107, Dec 1924 
Ex vinculis; play, v 37, p 59, Nov 1924 
Finding God; poem, v 37, p 157, Jan 1925 
Thing worth while, v 37, p 11 Oct 1924 
Tragic little fairy story, v 57, p 120, Dec 1924 
Two or three little things, v 37, p 161, Jan 1925 
Woman chooses, v 37, p 343, May 1935 
Bradsher, A. B. 
Tobacco culture and manufacture in North Carolina. 

v 18, p 290, April 1905 
p 379, May 1905 
Bradsher, Mary E. 
Madman; poem, v 43, p 9, ^arch 1931 
Renaissance; poem, v 43, p 8, Feb 1931 
Brady, David 

Plattsburg in internationalism, v 30, p 110, Dec 1916 
Brady , Minni e 

True cause; poem, v 31, p 276, March 1918 
Branch, Rosa Virginia 
"Jew England mutual admiration society, v 25, p 125, 
Dec 1911 
Branson, D. C. 
Criticism on criticism, v 5, p 363, June 1892 
Last word about magazines, v 5, p 177, Feb 1892 
Letter from Johns Hopkins, v 4, p 87, March 1891 
jiagazines - Are they a nuisance or s. benefit? v 5, p 45, 

Nov 1891 
Some German impressions at short range, v 7, p 10, 

Nov 1893 
Student life in Berlin, v 7, p 12, ^arch 1894 
Temptation of culture, v 6, p 309, ^ay 1893 
Trip to Washington, v 4, p 117, ^ay 1891 
Wittenberg and Leipzig, v 7, p 11, Feb 1894 



Branson, 7/111 iam H. 

William H. Branson, by John C. Kllgo. v 12, p 573, June 1889 
Brawl ey, Benjamin 

Richard Le Gallienne. v 38, p 5, Oct 1925 
B. R. C 

Byron and his contemporaries, v 11, p 79, Nov 1897 
Ereedlove, J. P. 

Anne Roney Shakespeare collection, v 29, p 295, April 1916 

Diogenes Teufelsdroeckh. v 16, p 117, Dec" 1902 

Trinity College Library, v 29, p 114, Dec 1915 

Yankee Soldier's diary, v 11, p 188, Jan 1898 
Bridgers, F. A. 

Ambitious Kitty; poem, v 35, p 43, May 1923 
Bridges, Arthur D. 

Apple blossoms, v 39, p 12, Nov 1926 
Bridges, Lillian E. 

Henry Vaughan. v 16, p 315, April 1903 

Tis better to have -. v 16, p 384, May 1903 
Bridges, Robert Seymour 

England's poet laureate, by Aura Holton. v 33, p 26, 
aot - Nov 1920 
Briggs, M. A. 

Americus and its people- v 20, p 270, April 1907 

Fable for fabulists, v 21, p 277, April 1908 

Mission of the rifle, v 21, p 225, Feb 1908 

Trinity College semi-centennial, v 22, p 400, May- June 1909 
Brinson, Pearl 

Charles Eliot Norton, v 22, p 52, Nov 1908 

Reflections on entering the sophomere class ofl Trinity; poem, 
v 20, p 294, May 1907 

Thackeray's English Humorists, v 20, p 314, May 1907 
*ritt, G. W. H. 

Protector of the innocent, v 28, p 60, Nov 1914 

Up from snakes, v 29, p 124, Dec 1915 
Brooks, Clean th Jr. 

Introduction for a sonnet-sequence in the modern manner; 
poem, v 43, p 10, Nov 1930 

Poem, v 42, p 15, Jan 1930 
Brooks, E. C. 

Should, the South do more for education? v 7, p 8, 
Dec 1893 

What is man? v 6, p 189, Feb 1893 
Brooks, E. H. 

Lethe, v 37, p 204, Feb 1925 
Brooks, F. H. 

Cost of peace in North Carolina, v 9, p 407, April 1896 
Brooks, Phillips 

Life of Phillips Brooks, by J. F. Bivins. 

v 14, p 345, April 1901 
p 443, May 1901 
Brookshire, S. R. 

To make a world, v 40, p 20, Nov 1927 



Brothers, Luke 

Colonel Reuben Benbury Creecy. v 18, p 302, April 1905 
Brothers, W. T. 

Old brick house, v 21, p 144, Dec 1907 
Brower, A. S. 

Moonshiner, v 25, p 71, Nov 1911 
Brown, C. C 

Dr. C- C. Brown, by J. A. Sharp, v 11, p 482, May 1898 
Brown, Clyde R. 

Captive to red-pepper pod cheeks, v 30, p 270, April 1917 

0- Henry as a short story writer, v 32, p 363, 
April - May 1920 

Reminiscences of punch, v 31, p 4, Oct 1917 
Brown, Eliza Richards 

Gustav Frens sen's Joern Uhl. v 19, p 298, April 1906 
Brown, F. %.t. 

Almost a hero, v 27, p 117, Dec 1913 

p 170, Feb 1914 

Between the devil and the deep blue sea. v26, o 111, 
Nov 1912 

Confederate, v 28, p 137, Dec 1914 

Echc reincarnated, v 26, o 23, Oct 1912 

Letter, v 28, p 87, Nov 1914 

'i'ricked by Cupid, v 25, p 160, Jan - Feb 1912 

Unusual coed, v 27, p 4, Oct 1913 

James n aywood Southgate: a tribute, v 30, p 50, Nov 1916 
Brown, Maude 

Legend of old Hillsboro. v 37, p 311, April 1925 
drowning, Annie H. 

Smile and a frown; poem, v 20, p 356, May 1907 
Browning, Raymond 

Four roses; poem, v 17, p 468, June 1904 

In pace requiescat; poem, v 21, p 236, Dec 1907 

Mr. ^ayless's trout, v 17, p 406, April 1904 

My ambition; poem, v 19, p 119, Dec 1905 

Phanton anvil; poem, v 17, p 318, March 1904 

Poet great I long to be; poem, v 17, p 132, Dec 1903 

Possibilities; poem, v 17, p 230, Jan 1904 

Thogghts of a discouraged rhymester; poem, v 19, p 84, 
Nov 1905 

Three days with a sophomore, v 17, p 450, June 1904 

To Joseoh Francis Bivins; poem, v 19, p 11, Oct 1905 

True scene from southern life, v 19, p 221, March 1906 

Two views; poem, v 19, p 118, Dec 1905 
Bruner, John J. 

John Joseph Bruner, editor of the Watchman, by R. L. 
Flowers, v 11, p 268, Feb 1898 
Bryan, W. A. 

Naming of the Roanoke, v 20, p 68, Nov 1906 

Some social traits of the Quakers of Rich Square, v 21, 
p 373, June 1908 

Some social traits of the Rich Square Quakers, v 22, 
p 371, way - June 1909 

Two raids in Northampton County, v 19, p 541, May 1906 



Bryant, H. E. C. 

Breaking into the newspaper game, v 38, p 5, Nov 1925 
B. T. 

Night on the plains of the new world, v 1, p 47, Jan 1888 
Budd, W. P. 

Contest for third base, v 17, p 437, June 1904 

Founder of Durham, v 15, p 245, Jan 1902 

Liberal Trinity. vl7, p 175, Dec 1903 
Buddhism 

Buddhism, by J. W. T. Mason, v 39, p 9, May 1927 
Bulla, J. R. 

Dr. Braxton Craven, v 5, p 215, March 1892 
Bullard, Lucile 

Anne's career, v 28, p 28, Oct 1914 

Early phase of English feminism, v 31, p 73, Nov 1917 

History of women in the teaching profession in the 
United States, v 32, p 298, March 1920 
Bullard, Montrose 

Trail of the lonesome pise; poem, v 34, p 229, Dec 1921 
Bundy, E. C. 

Come-back, v 27, p 143, Dec 1913 
Bundy, W. J. 

Ambrosial draught, v 34, p 306, March 1922 

As in ye olden days, v 34, p 414, April 1922 

Freshman's letter- v 34, p 515, May 1922 

Kreshman's letter to his girl, v 34, p 223, Dec 1921 

Freshman's letter to his girl, v 34, p 422, April 1922 

Girl's letter to her freshman, v 34, p 225, Dec 1921 

Josh's letter, v 34, p 343, March 1922 

Negro problem, v 33, p 31, Oct - Nov 1920 

Where nature did not intend, v 53, p 4, i-iarch 1921 
Eunker, J. 0. 

Modern Fable, v 17, p 384, March 1904 
Bur en, Roy E. 

Epitaph for a suicide's tombstone; poem, v 43, p 9, 
Nov 1930 

Southern prophecy; poem, v 43, p 16, Feb 1931 

Youth-complacency; poem, v 43, p 8, Jan 1931 
Burke , Edmund 

Edmund Burke, by E. C Perrow. v 15, p 269, <Jan 1902 

Some thoughts on Edmund Burke, by Edwin Mims. v 12, 
p 79, Nov 1898 

Edmund Burke and the French Revolution, by C. D. A. 
v 16, p 346, April 1903 
Burns , Robert 

Robert Burns, by W. F. G. v 6, p 275, April 1893 
Burr, Antoinette 

Legend of Madison; poem, v 37, p 216, Feb 1925 

Northern and southern girls: a contrast, v 37, o 305, 
April 1925 
Burrus, J. H. 

Apology for lovers, v 30, p 17, Oct 1916 

Cartoon in the making, v 28, p 355, May 1915 



Burrus, J. H. - continued 

Irving S. Cobb, v 30, p 276, April 1917 

Modern advertising methods, v 29, p 162, Feb 1916 

Thomas Nast, a great cartoonist and his creations, 
v 29, p 321, iJi ay 1916 
Burton. Robert 0. 

Honorable Robert Oswald Burton: a study, by Dr. J. C. 
Kilgo. v 14, p 411, May 1901 
Bynner, Witter 

Hermitage; poem, v 39, p 4, Nov 1926 

Iris; poem, v 39, p 28, Oct 1926 
Bynum, Ernest T. 

Seven years of unwritten history in North Carolina, 
v 5, p 314, May 1892 

Three months in Russia, v 9, p 272, Feb 1896 
Bynum, Mary Luther 

Extract from the recollections of Monsieur E. Lavisse. 
v 31, p 69, Nov 1917 
Byron, Lord 

Byron and his contemporaries, by B. R. C. v 11, p 79, 
Nov 1897 
C 

Bit of philosoohy; poem, v 19, p 243, March 1906 

Don't, v 6, p 18, Sept 1892 

Raid by the Ku Klux. v 16, p 240, Feb 1903 
C2 

Football'* la pink and white, v 30, p 229, March 1917 

Treasure of Money island, v 30, p 122, Dec 1916 
Cairns, John S. 

John S. Cairns, u rnithologist, by W. K. Boyd, v 10, 
p 25, Oct 1896 
Caldwell, Joseph P. 

Joseph Pearson Caldwell, by J. P. Lucas, v 18, p 252, 
March 1905 
Campbell, C M. 

Gen. Matthew W. Ransom, v 18, p 231, March 1905 

James Arnold's blunder, v 19, p 244, March 1906 
Cannon, James Jr. 

Evolution; poem, v 25, p 262, March 1912 

Romance in a health resort, v 25, p 10, Oct 1911 

Study in psychology, v 25, p 101, Dec 1911 

To M - ; poem, v 25, p 277, April 1912 
Cannon, James III 

Practical idealism, v 28, p 81, Nov 1914 

Psychology of poetry, v 32, p 229, Feb 1920 
Cantrell, Helen 

Woman's place at Trinity College, v 35, p 14, Feb 1923 
Carden, F. S- 

End of the feud, v 13, p 347, March 1900 

John Webster's vengeance, v 14, p 9, Oct 1900 



Car&en, F. S. - continued 

Loss which was a gain, v 15, p 309, Feb 1902 

Mountain romance, v 13, p 228, Jan 1900 

Percy's wife, v 14, p 303, March 1901 

Wreck, v 15, p 433, April,L902 
Carlton, Luther M. 

Assassination of John Walter Stephens, v 10, p 167, 
Jan 1897 

Day in North Carolina's capital, v 10, p 276, March 1897 

Emerson, the inspirer. v 10, p 403, May 1897 
Carlyle, Thoaas 

Philosophy of Carlyle, by Isaac, v 4, p 58, Jan 1891 
Carmer, Carl 

Augury; peem. v 42, p 13, March 1930 

Keimweh; poem, v 41, p 9, Feb 1929 

Shadows beyond; poem, v 40, p 3, Nov 1927 

Sonnet, v 40, p 13, Jan 1928 
Carpenter, B. F. 

Legal regulation of public morals in colonial North 
Carolina. ,v 11, p 57, Nov 1897 
Carpenter, K. P. 

Tennyson's ideas of immortality, v 8, p 10, April 1895 
Carr, Fannie W. 

Relation of Christianity to the social problems, v 11, 
p 64, Nov 1897 

Sale of Carolina to the king by the lords proprietors, 
v 15, p 372m March 1902 

Three authors and their sisters, v 9, p 75, Nov 1895 
Carr, J. S. 

Colonel Julian S. Carr, by P. Stewart, v 7, p 1, Feb 1894 
Carr, J. W. , Jr. 

Aristocracy, v 28, p 97, Nov 1914 

At the Dardanelles; poem, v 28, p 275, April 1915 

Dawn; poem, v 26, p 179, Dec 1912 

Just one thought of thee; poem, v 28, p 237, March 1915 

Tomb dit a la rose; poem, v 28, p 55, Oct 1914 

Vase brise; poem, v 27, p 75, Nov 1913 
Carr, Vera 

Parable, v 32, p 286, ^arch 19ii0 
Carr, 0. B. 

Soldier's greeting; Doem. v 31, p 84, Nov 1917 
Carr, W. K. 

Baby romance, v 29, p 177, Feb 1916 

Benjamin Franklin's religion as revealed by his 
autobiography, v 31, p 356, April 1918 

Eleventh applicant, v 30, p 47, Nov 1916 

Ideals; poem, v 30, p 209, March 1917 

locking bird; poem, v 30, p 338, May 1917 

Some aspects of tfc.3 work at Camp Greene, v 31 ,p 165, 
Dec 1917 

Spirit of fellowship at Trinity College, v 28, p 36, 
Oct 1914 






Carr, W. K.- continued 

Spring poet; poem, v 28, p 313, April 1915 

To Edgar Allen Poe; poem, v 31, p 218, Feb 1918 
Carriger, Tom 

Age; poem, v 44, p 17, Feb 1932 

Caravan; poem, v 44, p 9, Oct 1931 

Damned; poem, v 43, p 18, Feb 1931 

Insurant; poem, v 44, p 15, Dec 1931 

Peace; poem, v 43, p 9, Dec 1930 

Reflection; poem, v 44, p 24, April 1932 

Rejuvenation*; poem, v 44, p 16, Feb 1932 
Carstarphen, B. B. 

Critics turned boosters, v 40, p 13, May 1928 

False alarm, v 37, p 164, Jan 1925 

Foly roller, v 39, p 12, Dec 1926 

Nickel and a dime, v 37, p 357, May 1925 

Yellow river- v 39, p 10, Nov 1926 
Carson, W Wallace 

Comparison of Chaucer's and Kipling's treatment of animal 
stories, v 21, p 365, June 1908 

Perverseness of Ethel, v 21, p 124, Dec 1907 

Story of an eighteenth century club, v 21, p 307, 
May 1908 
Carter, L. Jordan 

Eugene Field, v 21, p 317, May 1908 

History of the class of 1908. v 21, p 352, June 1908 

Mark Twain at Oxford, v 21, p 59, Nov 1907 
Carver, G-. M. 

0. Henry, v 28, p 201, Feb 1915 
Caux, Robert 

Unforgiven: a Christmas meditation, v 38, p 16, Dec 1925 
C A. W. 

And I saw him no more, v 13, p 37, Oct 1899 

Cured, v 13, p 354, March 1900 

Mass Jimmie. v 13, p 238, Jan 1900 
C B. 

To - ; poem, v 37, p 35, Oct 1924 
C D. A. 

Edmund Burke and the French Revolution, v 16, p 346, 
April 1903 

Game for two. v 15, p 22, Oct 1901 
C E. D. 

Fifth ode of Horace; translation, v 15, p 256, Jan 1902 
\j • hj • hj» 

Wordsworth in romance; poem, v 14, p 34, Oct 1900 
Cephas 

Ancestral greatness, v 4, p 4, Oct 1890 

Educated ministry - a demand of the age. v 3, p 3, 
Oct 1889 

England of Shakespeare's time, v 2, p 23, Nov 1888 

Human automatons, v 4, o 143, June 1891 
Power of the will, v 4, p 71, Feb 1891 






C. F. G. 

Five points of view, v 17, p 394, April 1904 
Chadwick, Mabel 

Wordsworth's relation to the French Revolution, v 12, 
p 63, Nov 1898 
Chambers , Martin 

Rastus on the death of Jezebel, v 33, p 50, March 1921 
Chandler, Helen 

Gates ajar, v 38, p 13, May 1926 
Chapman , John 

Mental tails, v 42, p 11, Harch 1930 

Resurrection, v 43, p 13, Oct 1930 

Taos, v 40, p 3, J' an 1928 

Y/ishes and heroes, v 41, p 3, Dec 1928 
Chappell, Clovis G. 

Going West, v 18, p 27, Oct 1904 
Chappin, Nora 

Wreck, v 35, p 13, Oct 1922 
Cheek, E. C 

From Richmond to Kuang Chow, v 26, p 369, May 1913 
y first cart trip, v 28, p 306, April 1915 

Sehnsucht; poem, v 28, p 254, March 1915 

That damned reddish black thing, v 24, p 131, Dec 1910 

While the south winfl blows, v 24, p 138, Dec 1910 
Cheraux, Jasper 

To Marie; poem, v 32, p 337, April-May 1920 
Cherry, R. G. 

American Federalism, v 26, p 72, Nov 1912 
Cheyney, Ralph 

Smoke on the snow; poem, v 41, p 10, May 1929 
Chilligirian, Charles 

On the study of foreign languages, v 26, p 123, Nov 1912 
Church, Peggy Pond 

Autumn Shadows; poem, v 38, p 16, April 1926 

Ten years old; poem, v 38, p 3, May 1926 
C J. H. 

Irving 's qualities as a man. v 5, p 255, April 1892 
Clark, J. B. 

Blasphemer; poem, v 43, p 14, J an 1931 

Contrast; poem, v 43, p 16, Oct 1930 

Jethro. v 44, p 17, Nov 1931 

Keats; play, v 44, p 14, April 1932 

Mist; poem, v 44, p 16, Dec 1931 

Rhythm of madness; poem, v 44, p 16, Feb 1932 

Shadow and the dust, v 43, p 3, May 1931 

Sinner dies; poem, v 42, p 14, March 1930 
Clark, Rosamond 

Use your brain, v 34, p 286, Jan— eb 1922 
Clark, Walter 

Address in behalf of the trustees of Trinity College. 
v 8, p 18, Oct 1894 



Clark, V/alter - continued 
Election of United States senators by the people. 

v 9, p 119, Dec 1897 
Maladministration of the Postofflce Department, v 10, 

p 317, April 1897 
Telegraph in Great Britain and Ireland, v 9, p 3, Oct 1895 
Vice-oresident - what to do with him. v 10, p 105, 

Dec 1896 
Judge V/alter Clark, by Joseph May tubby, v 9, p 321, 
March 1896 
Clayton, J. W. 
I would net sell my dreams; poem, v 30, p 281, April 1917 
Men in school this year; ooem. v 31, p 120, Nov 1917 
Our college flag; ooem. v 30, p 328, May 1917 
Clegg, M. B. 
Growth the result of struggle, v 14, p 18, Oct 1900 
Matthew Arnold's conception of culture, v 13, p 477, 
May 1900 
Clemens, Cyril , 

Prince of French biographers: Andre Maurois. v 44, 
p 9, March 1932 
Cline, John 
Apology for grinds - by a cynic, v 32, p 125, Nov 1919 
Gleam, v 32, p 244, Feb 1920 
Hyphen, v 31, p 121, Nov 1917 
Position of women in contemporary life, v 30, p 55, 

Nov 1916 
Primal instinct, v 31, p ISC, Dec 1917 
Reply to "Another view." v 30, p 238, March 1917 
Clingman, Thos. L. 
Brigadier-General Tomas L. Clingman, by Mrs. Jane P. 

Kerr, v 12, p 388, March 1899 
Congressional career of Tomas L Clingman, by John S. 
Bassett. v 13, p 1, Oct 1899 
Clodhopper, A. 
College slang, v 34, p 331, March 1922 

•Till the old mill grinds no more, v 34, p 382, April 1922 
Clute, J. L. 
Blood and sand, v 37, p 353, May 1925 
Little soig. v 37, p 257, ^arch 1925 
Mencken, why not? v 37, p 203, Feb 1925 
Poor Junevifce intellectual, v 37, p 269, ^arch 1925 
Well, what of it? v 37, p 218, Feb 1925 

n u T5 

Easter anthem; poem, v 17, p 409, Aoril 1904 
C M. K. 

Christmas at the Park, v 8, p 219, Jan 1900 

Lawyer's political experience, v 8, p 96, Nov 1899 
Cobb, Irving S. 

Irving S. Cobb, by J. H. Burrus. v 30, p 276, April 1917 



Coffin, Robert P, Tristram 

Change of wind; poem, v 44, o 6, Feb 1933 

Kin; poem, v 44, p 11, Feb 1932 

L. plays the harpsichord; poem, v 40, p 18, Oct 1927 

Peacocks in Snow; poem- v 40, p 6, Oct 1927 
Cole, J. N. , Jr. 

J. Pierpont Morgan, the foremost caotain of industry, 
v 22, p 189, Feb 1909 

Scuffletown. v 22, p 23, Oct 1908 
Coleman, Wade H. , Jr. 

Foil; poem, v 40, p 17, Feb 1928 

It is not in vain; poem, v 41, p 18, Dec 1928 

King has said the dread black mass; poem, v 40, p 11, 
March 1928 

Lyric, v 40, p 222, Oct 1927 

To F - ; poem, v 41, p 13, March 1929 
Coleridge, Samuel 

Coleridge and opium eating, by S- W. Sparger, v 9, p 67, 
Nov 1895 
Coltrane, J. F. 

Statistical study of the distribution of negro population, 
v 16, p 384, May 1903 
Columbian exposition 

Some benefits flo be derived from the Columbian exposition. 
v 5, p 260, April 1892 
Columbian Literary Society 

Columbian Literary Society, by H. E. Spence. v 26, p 64, 
Nov 1912 
Commonk, W. W. 

Bit of experience, v 10, p 118, Dec 1896 
Conant, Isabel Fiske 

Piper divine; poem, v 38, p 18, April 1926 
Conley, Byron 

Scrapping, v 26, p 173, Dec 1912 
Connor, Henry C-. 

Saner citizenship, v 12, p 589, June 1899 
Conrad, T. E. 

Outstanding contribution of chemistry to human welfare, 
v 38, p 15, Nov 1925 
Cooke, Lucy Gay 

Rhapsody; poem, v 41, p 9, Dec 1928 
Cooper, Claude B. 

Bride of curlew, v 33, p 28, Oct-Nov 1920 

Eye of the north, v 32, p 338, April-May 1920 

Legend of A lcazar. v 31, p 41, Oct 1917 

Shark's teeth, v 32, p 212, Feb 1920 
Cornu-dies 

Cat came back, v 12, p 206, Dec 1898 
Cornwell, C. C. 

Glimpse of greatness; poem, v 34, p 58, Oct 1921 
Corny 

Rise of the modern novel, v 2, p 85, Feb 1889 



Cotton 
Cotton culture in the South, since the war, by Hardy F. 
Robinson, v 16, p 1, Oct 1902 

Cotton, A. H. 
Moderns and the professors, v 39, p 18, Nov 1936 
V/hat is a college paper for? v 40, p 13, Nov 1927 

Couch, Janie L. 
Christmas among the savages, v 28, p 127, Dec 1914 

Cowan, J. R. 
Clubs and coffee houses in English literature, v 14, 

p 107, Dec 1900 
Comedy of tradition, v 13, p 31 Get 1899 
Eighteenth century novel, v 14, p 289, u arch 1901 
he Pherson's code, v 13, p 417, April 1900 
Richard Malcolm Johnston and old middle Georgia. 

v 12, p 262, «Jan 1899 
Some features of former Cherokee life, v 14, p 367, 

April 1901 
System of my old maid aunt, v 13, p 82, Nov 1899 
Three chapters of a romance, v 12, p 397, March 1899 
Uncle Reuben's reverie, v 12, p 557, May 1899 
Waddells and the Bogesses. v 13, p 245, Jan 1900 

C. P. A. 
Drink water and you drink alone, v 34, p 34, Oct 1921 
Lure of the Loreleis; poem, v 34, p 421, April 1922 

Craft, Alice C. 
Socialism of Edward Bellamy's "Looking Backward." 
v 17, p 279, Feb 1904 

Craft, Eugene 
Legend of Money Island, v 31, p 232, Feb 1918 
Naval operations along the coast of North Carolina 
during the Civil War. v 32, p 148, Jan 1920 

p 193, Feb 1920 

Craig, Carrie Belle 
New Year's greeting; poem, v 36, p 211, Feb-uarch 1913 
Novembah; poem, v 26, p 110, Nov. 1912 
Shakespeare's women, v 29, p 254, April 1916 
Woman in the case; poem, v 29, p 354, May 1916 
Year's exit; poem, v 39, p 123, Dec 1915 

Crane, Icabod 
And it came to pass, v 35, p 26, Jan 1923 

Cranford, E. W. 
Christmas in de Aih; poem, v 16, p 131 Dec 1902 
Circumstance, v 16, p 325, April 1903 
My escape from a mad dog. v 14, p 313, March 1901 

Cranford, W. I. 
Education and pessimism, v 10, p t, Oct 1896 
Intension vs. extension, v 11, p 334, March 1898 
Shakespeare as a teacher of philosophy, v 12, p 236, 
Jan 1899 

Craven, Braxton 
Dr. Braxton Craven, by J. R. Bulla, v 5, p 215, 
March 1892 

Craven, H. B. 
Kenry Jerome Stockard. v 9, p 353, March 1896 



Craven, W. F. , Jr. 

Poets, propaganta, and politics- v 39, p 20, Oct 1926 
Crawford, Richard M. 

Music v 8, p 13, March 1895 
Crayton, Catharine 

Sly evening star; poem, v 29, p 61, Nov 1915 
Creecy, P.. B. 

V/hat I know about Schocco Jones, v 10, p 329, April 1897 

Col. Reuben Benbury Creecy, by Luke Brothers, v 18, 
p 302, April 1905 
Critic 

Eloquent tribute, v 3, p 52, Dec 1889- Jan 1890 
Crona, Gerald ;. 

Business of book selling, v 43, p 13, Dec 1930 

Clouds in March; poem, v 41, p 12, Jan 1929 

Contract, v 42, p 5, March 1930 

Inversion; poem, v 40, p 12, March 1928 

Silence; poem, v 41, p 7, April 1929 

Vanguards; poem, v 41, p 14, Feb 1929 
Crowell, John F. 

Education of poor boys, v 3, p 146, May 1890 

Trinity College, v 4, Dec 1890 
Culbreth, C. B. 

Alexander Stephen's attitude toward the negro, v 26, 
p 262, April 1913 

Do the students of Trinity College attend church and 
Sunday school? v 27, p 82, Nov 1913 

Allegory; poem, v 28, p 12, Oct 1914 

Fashion's decree; poem, v 28, p 221, Feb 1915 

First yuletide; poem, v 28, p 134, Dec 1914 

Toast to a maiden; poem, v 27, p 92, Mov 1913 

Ode to David; poem, v 27, p 351, May 1914 

Peace; sonnet, v 28, p 257, March 1915 
Culbreth, J. M. 

Hero of a midnight tragedy, v 13, p 165, Dec 1899 

Kidnapped, v 12, p 325, Feb 1899 

Mystery of a ring, v 12, p 53, Nov 1838 

Romance of Christmas tide, v 12, p 153, Dec 1898 

Squire Bob's victim, v 13, p 426, April 1900 

Twenty-four hours, v 11, p 207, Jan 1898 
Cullen, Countee 

Simple truth; poem, v 41, p 6, Oct 1928 
Cuningglm, J. A. 

Dr. Jesse A. CunMggim, by John C Kilgo. v 12, p 375, 
March 1899 
Cupid, Dan 

Serman to all male persons, v 3, p 48, Dec 1889- Jan 1890 
Curtis, Zeb 

Relation of fiction to economic development, v 10, 
p 157, Dec 1896 

Ruskin's moral teachings, v 11, p 8, Oct 1897 



Curtis, Zeb F. - continued 

Study of Charles Lamb in nis essays, v 10, o 379, 
May 1897 

William J, Yates, v 10, p 285, March 1897 
Cutter, '"alter A. 

Modern poetry, v 44, p 21 , April 1932 

C. W. 

Subjunctive mood, v 1, p 105, April 1888 
Cyrie 

Christmas courting, v 13, p 301, Jan 1899 
Dale, Peggy 

Christmas violin, v 31 , p 273, March 1918 
Dal ton, riarry L. 

My visit to the Salem museum, v 27, p 72, Nov 1913 
Daniel, G. M. 

Camping party in the mountains of Virginia, v 23, 
p 236, wa-rch 1910 

Humorous sidelights on the courts afid lawyers of a 
century ago. v 22, p 65, Nov 1908 

Mr. Stephen Alexander Davis, v 21, p 237, Dec 1907 
Dargan, Mrs. Olive Tilford 

Mrs. Olive Tilford Dargan, by W. M. Man*, v 22, p 230, 
March 1909 
Daves, Edward Graham 

Raleigh's "New fort in Virginia." v 9, p 193, Jan 1896 

p 257, Feb 1896 

Edward Graham Dawes, by John S. Baasett. v 9, p 224, 
Jan 1896 
Davidson, Donald 

Graph of the cosmos, v 40, p 9, Aoril 1928 

X, Y & Z; poem, v 38, p 22, April 1926 
Davis, C. W. 

Golden fleece, v 27, p 227, uarch 1914 
Davis, Ethel M. 

Being inland; poem, v 38, p 18, Nov 1925 

Contemplation; poem, v 38, p 12, May 1936 

Esthetic experience; poem, v 38, p 4, Ja.n 1926 

Sonnet, v 38, p 6, April 1926 

Unrest; poem, v 38, p 30, Oct 1925 

D. B. J. 

Eventide music; poem, v 15, p 12, Oct 1901 
Dejong, David Cornel 
About culture at Duke, v 44, p 5, i.iarch 1932 
Autumn occurrence; poem, v 44, p 11, Feb 1932 
Bounty; poem, v 42, p 8, Nov 1929 
Crying as gulls cry; poem, v 44, p 15, Feb 1932 
Eat thereof, v 44, p 16, May 1932 

Resolution on a clear morning; poem, v 42, p 3, Jan 1930 
Salute; poem, v 44, p 10, Oct 1931 
Song to a hillside; poem, v 44, p 13, April 1932 
Sunday afternoon, v 44, p 5, Dec 1931 



DeJong, David Cornel - continued 

Sureness of bridges; poem, v 44, p 15, Nov 1931 

Therefore let us put off the old; poem, v 44, p 9, 
Oct 1931 

Trinity; poem, v 43, p 3, Jan 1931 

Why should I be still? poem, v 43, p 18, Oct 1930 
Deland, Margaret 

Margaret Wade Deland, by Evelyn Candace Reade. v 31, 
p 264, March 1918 
Dennis, Mildred 

venusta sirmio; poem, v 38, p 13, April 1926 
Dent, Sanders 

Francis Lister Hawks, v 9, p 343, i.Iarch 1896 

Origin and development of the Ku Klux Klan. v 9, p 207, 
•Jan 1896 

Removal of Tuscarora Indians from North Carolina, v 10, 
p 142, Dec 1896 

Reverie, v 10, p 304, March 1897 
DeVille, Walther 

New York to Norfolk by boat, v 42, p 11, Dec 1909 

On hospitality, v 42, p 15, April 1930 
Dickinson, M. Troy 

Growth of the college during the year, v 10, p 407, 
May 1897 

Needed improvements in the library, v 10, p 413, May 1897 

Trials and triumohs of Sidney Lanier, v 10, p 109, 
Dec 1896 

Trinity College - Education for women, v 10, p 205, 
Jan 1897 
Diogenes 

My literary career, v 27, p 28, Oct 1913 
D. M. S. 

Duty in oolitics. v 5, p 222, March 1892 
Doc 

An evening with the German club, v 21, p 290, April 1908 
Don Quixote 

Unfinished mock romance, v 15, p 203, Dec 1901 
Douglas, James 

Trysting place, v 32, p 142, Jan 1920 
Douty, H. M. 

Alchemy; poem, v 42, p 3, May 1930 

American negro literature, v 42, p 15, March 1930 

Need for liberalism in the new South, v 42, p 10, Feb 1930 

Some remarks on the movies, v 43, p 4, Nov 1930 
Dowd, Jerome 

Century of industrial progress, v 12, p 176, Dec 1898 

Philosophy of life, v 7, p 2, Nov 1893 

Rev. noses Hester, v 9, p 283, Feb 1896 
Dowd, Willis B. 

Opening in the law. v 2, p 168, June 1889 
Downum, James Monroe 

Ode to Trinity; poem, v 27, p 306, April 1914 



Doyle, T. C. 

Reasonable demands upon denominational collets v 7 
p 7, Feb 1894 6 ' 

Draughon, Lota Leigh 

All over; poem, v 34, p 230, Dec 1921 

Old Tim. v 34, p 258, Jan-Feb 1922 
Dreamer 

Vision, v 14, p 61, Nov 1900 
Drew 

College without an evil, v 29, p 145, Dec 1915 
D. S. J. 

Comedy of errors, v 35, p 27, March 1923 
Duke University 
About culture at Duke, by David C. DeJong. v 44, o 5 

March 1932 
About culture at Duke: a reply, by Marshall Pritchett. 

v 44, p 5, April 1932 
Duke, A. B. 
College "letters." v 16, p 402, May 1903 
Sin of David, v 18, p 156, Dec 1904 
Virginian, v 16, p 323, April 1903 
Duke, Washington 
Washington Duke, by A. G. Moore, v 18, p 407, June 1905 
Washington Duke, by Gilbert Rowe. v 7, p 1, "arch 1894 
Dulin, L. 
Southern race relations - social and economic, v 34, 

p 455, May 1922 
Dunstan, R. T. 
Crooning of the sea; poem, v 33, p 3, Dec 1920 
Girl o 1 mine; poem, v 33, p 22, April 1921 
In the dfead o 1 night; ooem. v 34, p 472, May 1922 
Nigger; poem, v 34, p 28, ^ct 1921 
•Tis Halloween; noem. v 33, p 37, ^'ct-Nov 1920 
When it's time to go a-croonin'; poem, v 33, p 33, 

Dec 1920 
Durant, George 
George Durant not a Quaker, by Stephen B. Weeks, v 6, 

p 197, Feb 1893 
Durham , N . C • 
Founder of Durham, by W. P. Budd. p 245, v 15, Jan 1902 
Hacks and hackrnen of Durnam, by R. M. North, v 12, 

p 15, Oct 1898 
History of the tobacco industry in Durham, by W. N. 

Evans, Jr. v 33, p 20, Oct-i^ov 1920 
Negro preachers of Durnam, by James T. Henry, v 12, pi, 

Oct 1898 
Old Durham traditions, by J. S. Bassett. v 19, p 161, 

Feb 1906 
President Roosevelt visits Durham, by S. B. Underwood. 

v 19, p 91, Nov 1905 



Durham, N. C - continued 

Revenue and expenditures of the city of Durham, by 
C. B. Markham. v 19, p 313, May 1906 

Two Durhams, by R. H. Bennett, v 29, p 217, March 1916 
Durham, E. C 

America snd. evangelism, v 28, p 13, u ct 1914 

At the old home place; poem, v 27, p 128, Dec 1913 
Durham, John 0. 

Two ages; poem, v 28, p 187, Feb 1915 
Durham, P T. 

Address in behalf of the student body, v 8, p 35, 
Oct 1894 

Bells of Trinity; poem, v 31, p 170, Dec 1917 
Durham, Plato 

Song of reunion; peem. v 23, p 193, Feb 1910 
Durham, R. Harris 

His explanation, v 29, p 73, Nov 1915 
Durham, Robert L- 

Catholicity, v 5, p 349, June 1892 
Durham, 3. J. 

College graduate and the citizen, v 6, p 9, Sep 1892 

Public road question, v 6, p 229, March 1893 
Dwire, H. r. 

Mr. Scudder's Life of Lowell, v 15, p 462, April 1902 
Early, Ruth 

Lover's leap, v 33, p 15, Feb 1921 

Violin, v 33, p 43, ^ay 1921 
Edwards, Charles W. 

Crescent city, v 8, pi, Feb 1895 

Freshman's English, v 12, p 334, Feb 1899 

Science in the service of the state, v 17, p 341, wiarch 1904 

Student life in greater New York, v 11, p 233, Feb 1898 

Technical education in the South, v 22, p 266, April 1909 
Edwards, D. L. 

Castle of content; poem, v 28, p 289, April 1915 

Fall of the year; poem, v 28, p 59, Nov 1914 

Heart that is broken; poem, v 28, p 156, Dec 1914 

Lights o' home; poem, v 29, p 95, Nov 1915 

Rosa dulcissima; poem- v 28, p 3, Oct 1914 

Song of the Little Pee Dee; poem, v 28, p 539, ^ay 1915 

Sunset land; poem, v 28, p 247, Wi arch 1915 

Viv; poem, v 28, p 112, Nov 1914 

Yuletide; poem, v 28, p 122, Dec 1914 
Edwards, D. T. 

Christianity of paganism, v 5, p 185, Feb 1892 
Edwards , Kelly 

Nonpareil athletic rally, v 20, p 277, April 1907 
Edwards, P. H. 

Old Dick Lewis, v 33, p 23, April 1921 

Rabbit-ears and Darwinism, v 34, p 129, Nov 1921 

Right real visit, v 34, p 21, Oct 1921 

Jerry '(§ picnic, v 13, p 364, March 1900 



Elias, Isabel 

Comoarison of wages of women In the South with those in 
New York, v 11, o 455, Hay 1898 

Down the mountain, v 12, p 235, Jan 1899 

Story of Kioling. v 13, p 461, May 1900 
Ellen 

Applied mathematics; poem, v 17, p 383, April 1904 

^eelzebub; ooem. v 17, p 47, °ct 1903 

Lone pine; poem, v 17, p 37, Oct 1903 

iJew year's prayer; poem, v 16, p 239, Feb 1903 

Questions; poem, v ie, p 228, Feb 1903 

Trinity; poem, v 16, o 345, Aoril 1903 
Eller, W. E. 
-At a molasses boiling, v 24, p 11, Oct 1910 

To my comrade; poem, v 24, p 353, ^ay 1911 
Elliott, Yandell 

Armageddon; ooem. v 41, p 3, Jan 1929 
Ellis, H. M. 

At sea; poem, v 51, p 368, April 1918 

Lusitania; poem, v 31, p 225, Feb 1918 
Ellis, M. G. 

Globe trotters - a defense, v 29, p 153, Feb 1916 

Wanderer, v 26, p 164, Dec 1912 

Westward ho.' v 32, p 360, April-May 1920 
E. L. M. 

Symphony; poem, v 37, p 307, April 1925 
Elmore, K. L- 

John Talbot's Christmas story, v 34, p 191, Dec 1921 
E. P. 

Martyr, v 35, p 14, March 1923 
Eph R. Vescent 

Fragment, v 29, p 70, Nov 1915 

Other side, v 29, p 169, Feb 1916 

Strange kidnapper, v 29, p 22, Oct 1915 
Ervin, J. V/itherspoon 

George McDuffie, the great orator of this century, v 6, 
p 49, Nov 1892 
Erwin, C C 

Memories; poem, v 35, p 11, Jan 1923 

vr intry night; poem, v 35, p 17, March 1923 
E. S. M. 

Bits of clay; poem, v 23, p 252, March 1910 
Etheridge, B. R. 

Fort Raleigh - its history, v 13, p 18, Oct 1899 
Evans, Ney, Jr. 

Eternal ''Why", v 32, p 54, Nov 1919 

Harlan, v 33, p 52, March 1921 

History of the tobacco industry in Durham, v 33, p 20, 
Oct-Nov 1920 
Everett 

Halloween, v 20, p 25, ^ct 1906 

some famous literary clubs, v 9, p 530, June 1896 

University extension, v 7, p 21, March 1894 



E. W. R. 

They're all Just alike, v 37, p 345, i>iay 1925 
Fabian 

From a Paris window; poem, v 37, p 110, ^ec 1924 

Poet's plaint; poem, v 37, p 113,' Dec 1924 

Veil is rent; poem, v 37, p 206, Feb 1925 

Where art thou, soul? ooem. v 37, o 217, Feb 1925 
Fal staff 

Decayed manof genius, by L. v 21, p 133, Dec 1907 

F. A. R. 

Sonnet, v 28, p 27, <-»ct 1914 
Farabibw, S. S. 

An' it's students this an' students that; poem, v 33, 
p 45, March 1921 

Anchored to a tomb, v 34, p 334, ^arch 1922 

Casual comments on the women of Homer, v 34, o 495, 
Ma$ 1922 

Driftwood, v 34, p 186, Dec 1921 

In lullaby land, v 33, d 4, Dec 1920 

Soughing of the pines, v 33, p 44, April 1921 
Farriss, J. J. 

Love at Martinmas, v 37, p 271, ^arch 1925 
Faucette, Beale J. 

Christmas tale, v 24, o 152, Dec 1910 

Poem, v 20, p 334, May 1907 
F. C R. 

battle of the future, v 4, p 141, June 1891 

Both high and low. v 4, p 124, May 1891 

Club banquet, v 5, p 167, Jan 1892 

Composite serial - Chap 1. v 4, p 90, March. 1891 

Champion's banquet, v 5, p 169, Jan 1892 

Short sketch of commencement, v 5, p 20, Oct 1891 
Fee 

Our grandfather's Christmas customs, v 34, p 210, Dec 1921 
Fellow-without-a-sis 

To his sis; poem, v 31, p 335, April 1918 
Fentress, W. E. 

College days, v 2, p 172, June 1839 
Ferguson, Charles W. 

Market nerve, v 40, p 3, Feb 1927 
Ferguson, G-. H. 

Cup oi coffee, v 30, p 39, Oct 1916 

Evening dream; poem, v 28, p 93, Nov 1914 
Ferguson, R. L. 

Big Bill Pruit's trial, v 22, p 72, Nov 1908 

Cpl. William J. Hicks, v 21, o 196, Feb 1908 

individualism, v 25, p 137, Dec 1911 

Work of Daniel Coit G-ilman. v 22, p 130, Dec 1908 
Few, William Preston 

Address, v 24, p 58, Nov 1910 

New study of ohakspere. v 12, p 319, ^eb 1899 

A North Carolina poet, v 13, p 44, Oct 1899 



Few, W. P. - continued 

Shakespeare, v 29, p 342, May 1916 

Trinity College end her present opportunities, v 15, 
p 3, Nov 1901 

Dr. William Preston Few, by i/i. Troy Dickinson, v 10, 
p 45, Oct 1896 
Field, Eugene 

Eugene Field, by L. Jordan Carter, v 21, p 317, Hay 1908 

Eugene Field's literary work, by Marjie C. Jordan, 
v 15, p 318, Feb 1902 
Fincn, R. A. 

Apology for smokers, v 28, p 264, ^arch 1915 

Day dreams, v 27, p 194, Feb 1914 
Flncher, John 

Revelation, v 18, p 257, March 1905 
Fink, F. w. 

Esperance; poem, v 16, p 208, J an 1903 
Fisher, R. L. 

Stolen treasure, v 30, p 8, O c t 1916 
Fiske, Isabel Howe 

Sidney ^anier; poem, v 21, p 44, Oct 1907 
F. J. M. 

Before and after; poem- v 13, o 59, Oct 1899 
F. K. 

Trinity women of yesterday and today, v 32, p 330, 
April-May 1920 
Flah, Emid 

Caesar's head: the famous rock and its legend, v 31, 
p 158, Dec 1917 
Flowers, G. H. 

Theodore Roosevelt, v 15, p 1, Oct 1901 
Flowers, John McTjteire 

John McTyeire Flowers, by Julian Bianchard. v 18, p 198, 
Jan 1905 
Flowers, R. L. 

Accident at sea. v 5, p 143, Jan 1892 

Cecil Rhodes, v 15, p 429, April 1902 

Edwin $J. Fuller, v 9, p 332, March 1896 

Ensign Worth ^agley, U. S. N- v 11, p 481, May 1898 

Fort Hamby on the Yadkin, v 9, p 129, Dec 1895 

History of the Historical Society of Trinity College, 
v 15, p 363, March 1902 

John Joseoh Bruner, Editor of the Watchman, v II, 
p 268, Feb 1898 

Meeting of the association of colleges and preparatory 
schools for the southern states, v 10, p 147, Dec 1896 
^lowers, Claude 

°ome phases of Ruskin's lifeand work, v 22, p 58, Nov 1908 
F. M. P. 

Musings on a sunset; poem, v 9, p 422, April 1896 
Foard, H. G. 

Dwellin' place of God; poem, v 18, p 435, June 1905 



Fong Kuh Zein 

Child of sorrow, v 37, p £06, April 1925 
Football 

Football, by the Casual Observer, v 7, p 17, Oct 1893 

Football movement, by H. F. Taylor, v 27, p 357, 
May 1914 

T eform in Football, by a Player, v 7, p 16, Dec 1893 

Return of , football, by N. M. West, v 32, p 33, Oct 1919 
Forsytne, L. A. 

Le Coup ae r ere Gascoigne. v 26, p 81, Nov 1912 
Foushee, Frances 

disillusioned; poem, v 42, p 3, March 1930 
Foy, Josie 

Legend of the nolly tree, v 34, p 236, Dec 1921 
F. P. J. 

Matterof belief, v 9, p 520, June 1896 

Hal's engagement, v 9, p 462, May 1896 

Snub's love case, v 9, p 375, Feb 1896 
Frank 

rmest trail is not always tne surest to victory, v 16, 
p 127, Dec 1902 
Frank, James Marshall 

Answer; poem, v 41, p 7, Jan 1929 

Eleanor; poem, v 41, p 9, ^pril 1929 

In my garden; poem, v 41, p 8, April 1929 
Franklin, Benjamin 

Public-spirited citizen of Philadelphia., by Q J. Jones. 
v 16, p 132, Dec 1902 
Franklin, Earl R. 

Henry Clay's visit to Raleigh, v 21, p 18, Oct 1907 

Instruction of United States senators by North Carolina. 
v 21, p 209, Feb 1908 
*'ranklln, Joseph Lee 

Joseph Lee Franklin, by R. C. Goldstein, v 22, p 8, 
Oct 1908 
Fraser, -Harriet 

Small things; poem, v 43, p 17, Feb 1931 
Fraternities 

Concerning fraternities, by R. B. Murray, v 27, d 86, 
Nov 1913 
Freedlander, Florence 

Dwellers on the creek, v 25, p 49, Nov 1911 

Scalps at a belt, v 25, p 283, April 1912 

She walks in sadness, v 25, p 197, <Jan-Feb 1912 
Freeland, Daisy Lee 

County of Clarendon, v 18, p 179, Jan 1905 
Freeman, Jos i ah 

Bachelor, v 17, p 285, Feb 1904 
Frick, n arvey L. 

Whippoorwill; poem, v 42, p 11, May 1930 



Fuller, Caroline 

-i-nquiry; poem, v 42, p 9, Feb 1930 

Wonder; poem, v 41, p 12, Nov 1923 
Fuller, Edwin ,/. 

Club of eight, v 9, p 433, May 1896 

p 485, June 1896 

Corpse ana the cat. v 9, p 283, April 1896 

Edwin W. Fuller, by Robert L. Flowers, v 9, p 332, 
..arch 1896 
Fuller, Ralph 

Mereal; poem, v 37, p 268, March 1925 

On the smoking of pipes, v 38, p 23, June 1926 

Portrait of an impulse, v 37, p 267, March 1925 
Fulp, George Jr. 

Imagination, v 39, p 40, March 1927 
Fury ear, L. A. 

McTyeire vs. Bowen. v 23 , o 196, Feb 1910 
F. W. 

Study of Latin and Greek, v 6, p 283, April 1893 

F. X. 

Vision; poem, v 19, p 110, Dec 1905 
G 

Cooper's Indian, v 3, o 103, March 1890 

To Dr. C D. Mclver; poem, v 20, p 24, Oct 1S06 
Gannaway, William T. 

Sketch of Professor Wm. Trigg Gannaway. v 6, p 277, 
April 1893 

Trinity College in war times, v 6, p 324, Hay 1893 
Gatlin, Tom 

Dare-devil Dick, v 26, p 195, Dec 1912 

Parcdy on the dime novel, v 3, p 23, Feb 1895 
Geopo 

Juana. v 31, p 369, April 1918 
Gercke, George 

Notes on a personality, v 38, o 5, May 1926 

G. G. C. 

Echo of the sixties, v 16, p 142, Dec 1902 
Gibbs, J. C. 

Off in tne stilly night; poem, v 26, p 196, Dec 1912 

Parody; poem, v 10, p 90, Nov 1896 
Gibbons, J. P. 

Bart F. Moope on secession and reconstruction, v 11, 
p 91, Nov 1897 

Epiiraim and the witches, v 9, p 501, June 1896 

Mystery of the pin. v 9, p 594, April 1896 
Gibson, A- B. 

In which a triangle has an end. v 37, p 125, Dec 1924 

Limerick fiend speaks, v 37, p 263, March 1925 

Poem, v 37, p 376, May 1925 

Under this stone, v 40, p 10, April 1928 



Gibson, E. P. 

For hire, v 34, p 464, Hay 1922 

Like a pine, v 35, p 20, Nov 1922 

Sire de Mailgallop'e door, v 35, p 17, Oct 1922 
Gibson, Henry Jr. 

batter-as. v 39* p 3, Dec 1926 
Gilbreath, J. F. 

Stone cross, v 33, p 56, April 1921 
Gill, Thomas J. , Jr. 

Decline of Laughter, v 27, p 346, May 1914 

Haopy medium, v 27, p 136, Dec 1913 

Jack of all trades - and good at every one. v 28, o 173 
Dec 1914 

King of the golden river, v 27, o 102, Dec 1913 

Looking backward, v 27, p 197, Feb 1914 

Modified dream, v 27, p 48, Nov 1913 

Spitter. v 27, p 214, March 1314 
Tables turned, v 27, p 275, April 1914 
Gill, "/. F. 

Student life at Hopkins, v 12, p 70, Nov 1898 
Gillespie, J. H. 

Joseph Hal stead Gillespie, by J. S. Bassett. v 9, p 33, 
Oct 1895 
Gilman, D. G. 

Work of Daniel Coit Gilman, by R. L. Ferguson, v 22, 
p 130, Dec 1908 
Gladstone, W. E. 

William Ewart Gladstone, by Otho J. Jones, v 17, p 231, 
Jan 1904 
Glasson, W. H. 

Dr. William H. Glasson, by W. G. Puryear. v 16, o 58, 
Oct 1902 
Goldstein, R. C. 

Joseph Lee -Franklin, v 22, p 8, Oct 1908 
Goodson, Nannie A. 

Sidney Lanier as a musician, v 18, p 436, June 1905 
Goodwin, Maude 

Aaron, v 38, p 19, Nov 1925 
Gorham, Lucile 

Margaret Vernon, v 24, p 31 , Oct 1910 
Gorham, L. R. 

Napoleon Bonaparte, v 9, p 449, May 1896 
Gorman, Mary R. 

War reminiscence, v 24, p 180, Feb 1911 
Grad 

Murderer, v 29, p 248, March 1916 
Graham, V7. A. 

Major W. A. Graham, by Ural Hoffman, v 18, p 389, &ay 1905 
Grant, R. R. 

Observations at the state farm, v 12, p 405, Marchl899 
Graves, Louis 

How not to get a newspaper training, v 38, p 23, May 1926 



Gray, C. D. 

April; poem, v 31, p 379, June 1908 
Gray, Frances 

Atheist skylark; poem, v 35, p 20, March 1933 

King of Liars, v 55, p 13, May 1933 

Marching song; poem, v 35, p 11, Nov 1923 

Hew moon; poem, v 55, p 31, May 1933 

Pantneist; poem, v 35, p 30, -lay 1933 

Pine tree; poem, v 35, o 11, Feb 1923 
Green, Paul 

Maya on the house, v 39, p 4, Jan-Feb 1937 

Saturday evening, v 40, p 4, Dec 1937 
Greene, John L. 

hinnery captures a tartar, v 45, p 4, March 1931 
Greever, Garland 

Sidney Lanier, v 19, p 130, Dec 1905 

Thackeray's Roundabout papers, v 18, p 74, ^ov 1904 
Grigg, Fred 

Rum. v 39, p 4, ^arch 1927 
Grigg, J. H. 

Recent literature on Shakesoeare. v 39, o 333, April 1918 
G. 3. 

Pilgrimage, v 32, p 355, May- June 1909 

"ilhelm Meister's Lehrejahre. v 23, p 217, March 1910 
Guilford, G. W. 

Is the college boy neglected? v 7, p 14, Feb 1894 

l.iore general information on the part of the college 
graduate, a demand of the age. v 7, p 13, Nov 1893 
Gull edge, Idalene 

Amy Lowell, v 37, p 309, April 1925 
Gulledge, 3. L. 

Early German drama, v 27, p 299, April 1914 
Gunn, Blanch 

Browning's poems on music v 17, pi, Oct 1903 
Gusetawk, B. W. 

College flirtation, v 4, p 41, Dec 1890 
Gu thr i e , Mar s h al 1 C . 

Joe, the pilot lad. v 13, p 175, Dec 1399 
G. Whillikins 

How to enjoy life, v 32, p 27, Oct 1919 

tj 

xi • 

Die Lorelei; poem, v 26, p 125, Nov 1912 
Du bist wie eine Blume; poem, v 26, p 22, Oct 1913 
Illusion: a vision; poem, v 34, p 80, Nov 1910 
Stage in the South today, v 23, p 248, March 1910 
There have been summer days; poem, v 38, p 22, Dec 1935 
To a folio of sheet music; poem, v 2c, p 71, Nov 1913 
To L. I. H. ; poem, v 27, p 202, Feb 1914 
H-13 
Dream weed, v 28, p 219, Feb 1915 
Good night; poem, v 28, p 172, Dec 1914 
Slumber song; poem, v 28, p 172, Dec 1914 



Hackney, Charles W. 

Open-minded manufacturer's attitude toward labor, v 53, 
t> 29, Dec 1920 
K. A. D. 

Buddhism, v 6, p 241, --arch 1893 
n all , Adam 

Passion vs. Success, v 17, p 149, Dec 1903 
n all, Virginius C. 

Alan Seeger - ooet and soldier, v 30, p 330, May 1917 

Derelict, v 30, p 21, Oct 1916 

Pirates of the Carolina, Qoast. v 29, p 130, Dec 1915 

Turn of the tide, v 29, p 316, May 1916 
Hamilton, G-. L. 

Dr. C-. L. Hamilton, by '.7. G. Puryear. v 16, p 59, Oct 1902 
Hancock, C. T. 

Christ; poem, v 18, p 134, Dec 1904 

Flov/er; poem, v 17, p 336, March 1904 

Silent eve; poem, v is, p 40, Oct 1904 

Washerwoman; poem, v 18, p 101, Nov 1904 
Harding, Katharine Washburn 

As is a lute; poem, v 41, p 7, May 1929 

Carven lily; poem, v 41, p 6, May 1929 

Shroud; poem, v 40, p 14, Dec 1927 

Tapestries; poem, v 41, p 13, Jan 1929 

Wraith; poem, v 41, p 13, March 1929 
Harper, Arita 

Christmas Boon; poem, v 29, p 99, Dec 1915 

If I could seli my dreams; poem, v 30, p 155, Feb 1917 

Wind's invitation; poem, v 31, p 23, °ct 1917 
Harrell, Malene 

Homer as a Religious teacher, v 22, o 138, Dec 1908 

Story within a story, v 21, p 12, Oct 1907 
Harrell, Margaret 

V/illa Cather: a critical essay, v 44, p 17, Dec 1931 
karris, Joel Chancier 

Joel Chandler Harris, by Z. E. Earnhardt, v 18, p 422, 
June 1905 

Joel Chandler Ha,rris, by Edna Holtzclaw. v 23, o 199, 
Feb 1910 
Harris, L. V. 

Home eats; poem, v 34, p 545, March 1922 
Harris, T. B. 

r lay ball; poem, v 21, p 380, June 1908 
Harris, Theodore 

Massing of shoestring journalism, v 38, p 17, Jan 1926 
Harrison, B. F. 

Common schools in North Carolina, v 10, p 199, Jan 1897 
Harrison, Keith 

Exultant automatum; poem, v 45, p 16, April 1931 
Harriss, R. P. 

After-notes; poem, v 38, p 26, June 1926 

April from a hospital window; poem, v 38, p 20, April 1926 



Harriss, R. P. - continued 

Aubade; poem, v 44, p 8, March 1932 

Camper's reverie; poem, v 55, p 20, April 1923 
Cumberland huntsman, v 37, p 170, Jan 1925 

Early morn: a S2ene on the old olantation; poem, v 34, 
p 402, April 1922 

Folk song; poem, v 35, p 24, Feb 1923 

How old man Warren lost his thumb, v 35, p 25, May 1923 
'id-summer phantasy; poem, v 35, p 11, May 1923 

More figs than thistles, v 37, p 2L2, March. 1925 

Notes on the contest, v 37, p 338, May 1925 

Old razor-back hog. v 37, pll8, dec 1924 

Old whiteface anf the captain, v 38, p 9, Dec 1925 

Riding to the hounds; poem, v 37, p 33, Oct 1924 

Roundelay; poem, v 35, p 22, Oct 1922 

September transient; poem, v 38, p 50, Oct 1925 

Sonnets from a forester's notebook, v 38, p 8, Nov 1925 

Sounds; poem, v 38, p 14, Nov 1925 

Southern hunting song; poem, v 37, p 74, Nov 1924 

Tale of the boot-jack; poem, v 35, p 21, Jan 1923 

To John Charles McNeill; poem, v 35, p 20, Feb 1923 

Two moods; poem, v 37, p 256, March 1925 

Vagabond's song; poem, v 37, p 160, Jan 1925 

Warning; poem, v 40, p 17, May 1928 

What the college man eats, also how. v 37, p 119, Dec 1924 
WWhat whioped Sherman? v 38, p 21, Jan 1926 

Wheels of freight, v 35, p 18, April 1923 

Winter visitor; poem, v 38, p 16, Feb-March 1926 
Hart sell, L. T. 

College athletics, v 6, p 271, April 1893 

Effect of trusts on the farmers of North Carolina, v 7, 
p 28, April-May 1894 

Hon. ?. M. Simmons, v 7, p 25, April-May 1894 

Student government, v 7, p 13, ^ct 1893 
Harwell, G-eorge 

Blind man's bluff, v 43, p 3, April 1931 
Hash Slinger 

To my "ole lady"; poem- v 34, p 349, March 1922 
Hathaway, J. R. B. 

James Robert Bent Hathaway-a gleaner in North Carolina 
history, by Willis Smith, v 21, p 180, Feb 1908 
Hatteras 

Hatteras, by Henry Gibson Jr. v 39, p 3, Dec 1928 
Haup tmann , Ge r har t 

Geriaart Hauo tmann: a tribute, toy Edwin Bjtirkman. v 41, 
p 3, Oct 1928 
Hawaii 

Hawaiian annexation, by L E. Avery, v 6, o 250, March 1893 
Hawks, Francis Lister 

Francis Lister Hawks, by Sanders Dent, v 9, p 343, 
March 1896 
Hay, John 

John Hay, author and journalist, by Ural N. Hoffman. 
v 19, p 1, Oct 1905 



Hayes, Hal A. 

Song of the Soul. v. 24, p 329, May 1911 
Haygood, Bishop 

Bishop Haygood on the Race Problem, by J. A. Morgan. vl8, 
p 358, May 1905 
Hayne, Paul Hamilton 

Paul Hamilton Hayne, by Nash Powers, v 17, p330, March 1904 
Haynes, Herminia 

On Reaching the Age of Twenty; poem, v 34, p 266, 
January- February 1922 

Woman's Place at Trinity College, v 35, p 12, February 19^3 

Man or Mankind, v 34, p 119, November 1921 
Hazelwood, Jake 

Homesick; poem, v 30, p 3, October 1916 

My Heart Will Stray; poem, v 32, p 111, November 1919 

Time Hath No Meaning; verse, v 32, p 173, January 1920 

When do I love you best; poem, v 32, p 287, March 1920 
H. B. C 

"Uncle Remus" and its author, v 9, p 447, May 1896 
H . C» B« 

The making of a cynic, v 33, p 52, April 1921 
Heartt, Dennis 

Dennis Heartt, by W. K. Boyd, v 10, p 344, April 1897 
Hedrick, H. G. 

Influence of the west in American politics, v 25, o 54, 
Nov 1911 
Hege, E. L. 

Daedalus and Icarus, v 25, p 30, Oct 1911 
Heitman, Polly 

"Durch ewigkeit" . v 25, p 290, April 1911 

Lagty in the oink frame, v 25, o 231, March 1912 
Hen 

Anecdotes of a southern trip, v 24, p 35, Oct 1910 

Bells, v 24, p 23, Oct 1910 
Hendren, Mary L. 

Byron and Shelley on the continent, v 12, p 507, May 1899 
Hendrix, Bishop E. R. 

Personality and progress, v 15, p 75, Nov 1901 
Henderson, Archibald 

Washington and aeronautics, v 44, p 5, May 1932 
Henderson, Harry 

Delia looks for youth, v 44, p 11, Oct 1931 
Henri de la Croix 

Laughing Bob. v 10, p 62, Nov 1896 
Henry, J. T. 

E^rly life in Harvard, v 11, p 203, Jan 1898 

Negro preachers of Durham, v 12, p 1, Oct 1898 
Henry, Frances 

Nag's Head, v 37, p 301, April 1925 
Henry, Robert 

Robert Henry's narrative, v 11, p 301, March 1898 
Herbert, W. W. 

Love's young dream, v 4, p 44, Dec 1890 

Spring, v 4, p 123, May 1891 



Herbin, L. 

Ideal mill village, v 23, d 36, Oct 1909 
Herndon, Hattie 

Bread upon the waters, v 34, p 271, Jan-Feb 1922 
Herr, Minia 

Artistic wasting of time, v 33, p 37, May 1921 
Herring, Katie M. 

Heart interprets the eye. v 19, p 131, Dec 1905 

No letting down; poem, v 19, p 297, April 1906 

Welcome from Trinity to the president; poem, v 19, o 89, 
Nov 1905 
Herron, Ima Honaker 

American small town, v 44, p 8, Jan 1932 
Hesperian Literary Society 

Hesperian Literary Society, by Holland Holton. v 26, p 66, 
Nov 1912 
Hester, Rev. Moses 

Rev. Moses Hester, by Jerome Dowd. v 9, p 283, Feb 1896 
Hicks, Col. Wm. J. 

Col. Wm. J. Hicks, by Robert L. Ferguson, v 21, o 196, 
Feb 1908 
Highsmith, J. Henry 

Blockade runner "Advance", v 12, p 162, Dec 1898 

Trinity; poem, v 20, p 350, May 1907 
Hill, Douglas 

Uncle Manuel, v 29, p 201, March 1916 
Hill, E. W. 

Fisherman's adventure, v 10, p 225, Feb 1897 

Haunted nouse. v 10, p 34, Oct. 1896 

Leanor. v 9, p 413, Aoril 1896; p 453, May 1898 
Hill, T. H. 

T. H. Hill, a poet of the reconstruction period, by C. M. 
Hutchings. v 23, p 281, April 1910 

Theophilus H. Hill, by Joe H. Seoark. v 9, p 367, March 1896 
Hillel, Ben 

Progress; a parable, v 24, p 338, May 1911 
Hillsboro 

Historic Hillsboro, by J. S. Bassett. v 9, p 66, Nov 1896 
Hines, E. F. 

James Wnitcomb Riley, v 12, p 615, June 1899 

Journal of the eighteenth century, v 15, p 13, Oct 1901 
Hinohara, Zensky 

Japanese idealism; poem, v 18, p 245, Feb 1903 

Song of the seasons; poem, v 17, p 467, June 1904 
Hinson, 0. I. 

Thomas Jefferson and the university, v 18, o 313, April 1905 
His Sis 

Brother 0' mine; poem, v 31, p 263, March 1918 
Hobgood, Alton S. 

Trent affair, v 19, p 12, Oct 1905 

Two notable academic occasions, v 18, p 244, March 1905 
Hobgood, E. B. 



v 30, p 134, Dec 1907 
v 31, p 41, Oct 1917 

P 1, 



Hobgood, E. B. 
To La Belle; poem 

Hoffman, H. L. 
World struggle; poem 

Hoffman, Ural N. 
John Hay, autnor and journalist, v 19, 
Major W. A. Graham, v. 18, p 389, May 1905 
Red hurricane's day. v 19, p 114, Dec 1905 

Hoisington, May Folwell 
Accumulative songs, v 41, p 3, March 1939 
As Moschos sang; poem, v 40, p 19, April 1928 
Drought; poem, v 42, p 10, March 1950 
Elphenor; verse, v 44, p 12, May 1932 
He remembers; poem, v 41, p 9 Nov 1928 
July night; poem, v 44, p io, Feb 1932 
Merry heart; poem, v 41, p 3, May 1929 
Moon-glf.mour; poem, v 38, p 4, June 1926 
Music; poem, v 44, p 10, Feb 1932 
Song; verse, v 44, p 13, April 1932 
Taliesin; poem, v 40, p 10, Nov 1927 
Three Hokku for spring; 

Holden, William W. 
William W. Holden, by W 
v 11, p 459, May 1898; 
Nov 1898; v 12, p 272, 

Holloway, Kathleen 
Five O'clock tea. v 44, 



Oct 1905 



poem, v 38, p 9, April 1926 

K. Boyd, v 11, p 396, April 1898; 
v 12, p 21, Oct 1898; v 12, p 113, 
Jan 1899 



Holly, Clover 
Remembrance; 

Hoi ton, Aura 
Dramatics at 
Melie. v 34, 



verse, v 44, 



19, Jan 1932 
p 16, Jan 1932 



v 33, p 26, 



Trinity, v 35, p 24, March 1923 
p 479, May 1933 
Moi aussi; poem, v 34, p 389, Jan-Feb 1933 
Robert Seymour Bridges, Englands poet laureate 

Oct-Nov 1930 
Spring fever, v 35, p 19, Oct 1932 

Holton, Florence 
Christmas difficulties; verse, v 27, p 132, Dec 1913 
That freshman poem; poem, v 26, p 379, May 1913 

Holton, Holland 
Hesperian Literary Society, v 26, 
Story without a name, v 20, p 15, 

Holton, Quinton 
At twilignt; verse, v 26, p 131, Nov 1913 
Catullus and the Lesbia episode, v 36, p 357, 
January; poem, v 35, p 159, Jan-Feb 1913 
November; poem, v 35, p 48, Nov 1911 
To a bumble-bee; poem, v 36, p 166, Dec 1913 
To an arbutus; poem, v 34, p 397, April 1911 
To the Arabian Nights; poem, v 36, p 384, May 1913 
To the trailing arbutus; poem, v 36, p 373, April 1913 
What's life but a game? v 34, p 345, May 1911 



p 66, Nov 1913 
Oct 1806 



flay 1913 



Holton, S. M. Jr. 

Aaron fools himself, v 33, p 17, April 1921 

Air.' Air." v 34, p 235, Dec 1921 

Come, fill the cup; poem, v 34, p 190, Dec 1921 

Consolation; poem, v 34, o 9, Oct 1921 

Freshman, v 32, p 180, Jan 1920 

Hell and Maria; poem, v 34, p 181, Nov 1921 

Just try it; poem v 33, p 48, Oct-Nov 1920 

My wish; ooem. v 34, p 38, Oct 1921 

Nerve (of some people), v 34, p 507, May 1922 

Spring; poem, v 34, p 409, April 1922 

Through the back door; poem, v 34, p 414, April 1922 

Why convicts wear stripes, v 34, p 18, Oct 1921 
Holtzclaw, Edna 

Joel Chandler Harris, v 23, p 199, Feb 1910 
Harrfell, Malene 

Homer as a religious teacher, v 22, p 138, Dec 1908 
Homer 

Homer as a religious teacher, by Malene Harrell. v 22, p 138, 
Dec 1908 
Hornaday, C. L. 

Sophomoric Love, v 12, p 129, Nov 1898 

To be or not to be, — that is the question, v 12, p 360, 
Feb 1899 

Tolstoi, v 15, p 233, Jan 1902 
Horton, A- W. 

Stray thoughts of Trinity; poem, v 26, p 49, Oct 1912 
Houston, D. A- 

Anglo-Saxon: his work in the past and for the future, v 5, 
p 64, Nov 1861 
Howell, Everett 

Iiaysie: a story of the sixties, v 18, p 415, June 19C5 
Howerton, R. T. Jr. 

Rose of Sharon Babtlst church, v 21, p 187, Feb 1908 
Howie, R. S. 

History of money, v 8, p 6, March 1895 
Hoyle, P. 0. 

How Jonas Houston swapped his mother-in-law for a wife. 
v 13, P 182, Dec 1899 

In the land of the Hatfields and McCoys, v 12, p 190, 
Dec 1898 
Hoyle, T. C 

Col. William L. Saunders, v 9, p 494, June 1896 
H. S. 

Burke and Webster, v 1, p 45, Jan 1888 
Humber, G-. H. 

Blues, v 10, p 87, Nov 1896 
Humble, Lelia 

Written in loving sympathy of a freshman; poem, v 32, p 265, 
March 1920 
Hunter, Claudia 

Birds, v 37, p 308, April 1925 



Hurley, L. B. 

Song of a Tar Heel; poem, v 29, p 208, March 1916 
Hurst, Alton 

Portent; verse, v 44, p 16, Jan 1932 
Hutchings, Chesley M. 

Captive tiger; poem, v 22, p 354, May- June 1909 

China 1 s awakening; poem, v 21, p 245, Feb 1908 

Dream city; poem, v 24, p 344, May 1911 

Dripping of water, v 24, p 235, March 1911 

Flirt; poem, v 83, p 85, Nov 1909 

G-rillparzer's Sappho, v 22, p 183, Feb 1909 

His divine antagonist, v 23, p 28, Oct 1909 

Immigrants; poem, v 22, p 282, April 1909 

In the heather; poem, v 26, p 134, Nov 1912 

Love and regret; poem, v 22 p25, Oct 1908 

Horning after; poem, v 23, p 68, Nov 1909 

Pearl; poem, v 23, p 125, Dec 1909 

Phantasy; verse, v 26, p 374, May 1913 

Sea ballad; poem, v 24, p 130, Dec 1910 

Sky man; poem, v 26, p 48, Oct 1912 

Song of man; poem, v 23, p 6, Oct 1909 

Souls of men; poem, v 22, pl37, Dec 1908 

Spring ooem; poem, v 24, p 267, March 1911 

Swinburne, v 23, p 235, March 1910 

T. H. Hill, a poet of the Reconstruction period, v 23, 
p 281, April 1910 

Unfamiliar aspect of Ibsen, v 23, p 169, Feb 1910 
Hutchins, Chesley Martin 

Dante; poem, v 34, p 305, March 1922 
Hutchins, Eunice S. 

Between smokes, v 34, p 220, Dec 1921 
Hutchison, J. L. 

Surface pnilosophy. v 24, p 135, Dec 1910 

Surface philosophy: lie. v 24, p 75, Nov 1910 

Thomas Bailey Aldrich. v 22, p 356, May- June 1909 
I 

English literature, 1830-1860. v 4, p 72, Feb 1891 
I. L. R. 

Cherokee Cnarley. v 10, p 178, Jan 1897 

Tomokin. v 10, p 242, Feb 1897 
I. T. 

Witch; poem, v 20, p 13, Oct 1906 
Ik A. Bod 

'inerva — a fantasy; poem, v 26. p 136, Nov 1912 
In- Experienced 

A bucolic freshman's iniatory experiences, v 2, p 125, Apr il, 
1889 
Irving 

Critique on Irving, by 01 in. v 2, p 165, June 1889 

Irving' s qualities as a man, by C- J- H. v 5, p 255, 
April 1892 

What American literature owes to Irving, by F. C- McDowell. 

V 8, p 5, April 1895 



Isaac 

Philosopny of Carlyle. v 4, p 53, Jan 1891 
Isley, Loraine 

Hiram's empiric therapeutics; peem. v 39, p 351, !*ay 1916 
Ivey, Eugene C 

Miss Myra Rucker — music composer, v 9, p 409, April 1896 
Ivey, Rev. T. N. 

Address in behalf of the Methodist church of North Caro- 
lina. 
J 

Aftermath; poem, v 23, p 35, Oct 1909 

Our bondage ana our exodus- v 5, p 2, Oct 1891 
Jackson, David K. 

Southern magazine, v 44, p 19, March 1932 
Jackson, J.L. 

New German constitution against the old. v 33, p 16, 
March 1921 

Something the president did not know, v 34, p 107, Nov 1921 

Three cheers, v 35, p 18, March 1923 
Jacobs, Thornwall 

Omnipotent; poem, v 38, p20, Oct 1925 
Jaffe, Louis I. 

Aus alten marchen winkt es; poem, v 21, p 289, April 1908 

Blue moon; ooem. v 21, p 142, Dec 1907 

Dan Cupid, linguist, v 21, p 245, Feb 1908 

Eternal feminine; ocem- v 21, p 372, June 1908 

First impressions of Germany, v 23, p 137, Dec 1909 

Glimpse at Holland, v 23, p 14, Oct 1909 

Hans before the gate of heaven, v 'd2, p 97, Dec 1908 

Heine's "Schnsucht". v 22, p 241, March 1909 

Higher education, v 21, p 31, Oct 1907 

Rhymester's art; poem, v 22, p 364, May-June 1909 

Rousseau, and the revolutionary constitutions, v 24, p 106, 
Dec 1910; v 24, p 187, Jan 1911 

To Europe on a cattle steamer, v 22, p 161, Feb 1909 
v- Two Trinity men in England, v 22, p 3i3, May- June 1909 
Jake 

Friendship; poem, v 30, p 219, March 1917 

Happiness; poem, v 30, p 63, Nov 1916 

Spring is here; poem, v 30, p 292, April 1917 

To live; poem, v 30, p 169, Feb 1917 
James, Robert 

Come out with me; poem, v 35, p 18, Jan 1923 
James, T. T. 

True Artist, v 5, p 257, April 1892 

Universality of modern literature, v 6, p 227, March 1893 
Jarvis, Gov. T. T. 

Address made at laying of the corner stone of Trinity 
College at Durham Nov. 11, 1890. v 4, p 55, Jan. 1891 
Jacques Le Clerca. 

Madame takes ner leave, v 38, p 12, June 1926 
J. D L. 

Love's crooked path, v 16, p 93, Nov 1902 



Jefferson, Thomas 

Thomas Jefferson and the university, by 0- I. Hlnson. v 18, 
p 313, April 1905 
Jehn, Maharik 

For the front of the "Kasidah"; poem, v 33, p 3, March 1921 
Jenkins, G- T. 

Dueling among the german students, v 22, p 283, April 1909 
J. K. C. 

Gala day at a great university, v 6, p 317, May 1893 
J. Hi 

Love case, v 13, p 261, Jan 1900 
J F S 

Invalid, v 37, p 347, May 1925 

Plotless production, v 37, p 356, May 1925 
J.L. 

New thought on education, v 6, p 186, Feb 1893 
Johnson, D. C 

Music, v 7, p 6, Nov 1893 
Johnson, Helene 

Southern road; poem, v 40, p 8, Jan 1928 
Johnson, Henry A. 

Library tales, v 26, p 311, April 1913 
ental images, v 27, p 39, Oct 1913 
Johnson, Josephine 

Only then; poem, v 41, p 11, May 1929 
Johnson, Paul J. 

Unknown quantity v 43, p 10, Jan 1931 
Johnson, R. M. 

Glass-Owen currencey law. v 27, p 191, Feb 1914 

Sequoyah and the Cherokee alphabet, v 28, p 65, Nov 1914 

Richard Malcolm Johnson and the old middle Georgia, by 
J. R. Cowan, v 12, p 262, Jan 1899 
Johnston, Samuel 

Samuel Johnston in Revolutionary times, by T. Murray Allen, 
v 14, p 70, Nov 1900 
Jones, Bernard H. 

Algeria, v 42, p 15, Feb 1930 

Infinity; poem, v 41, p 10, May 1929 

Thirst, v 40, p 8, Feb 1928 
Jones, Daisy 

Luring call; poem, v 27, p 190, Feb 1914 
Jones, Edwin L. 

Case of Atgood. v 24, p 365, Lay 1911 

Constructive imagination, v 26, p 158, Dec 1912 

King manbird. v 23, p 86, Nov 1909 

Land of lost souls, v 22, p 350, May-June 1909 

Lorelei of today. ■ v 24, p 27, Oct 1910 

Scraps, v 24, p 298, April 1911 

Viewpoints; poem, v 25, p 174, Jan-Feb 1912 
Jones, Evelyn 

Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood, v 22, p 193, Feb 1909 



Jones, 0. J. 

Public-solrited citieen of Philadelphia — Benj. Franklin, 
v 16, p 132, Dec 1902 

William Ewart Gladstone v 17, p 231, Jan 1904 
Jones, Ruth Lambert 

Villennes sur Seine; ooem. v 42, p 3, Nov 1929 
Jones, Will H. 

Letter from Germany, v 5, p 113, Dec 1891 
Jordan, A. C Jr. 

Apology for old maids, v 31, p 236, Feb 1918 

Camouflage, v 31, p 241, Feb 1918 

Captain Laughinghouse and the old Klan. v 38, p 11, Jan 
1926; v 38, p 10, Feb-March 1926 
Jordan, :..ar.;ie C 

Eugene Field's literary work, v 15, p 318, Feb 1902 
Jove 

Alors; poem- v 28, p 68, Nov 1914 

Song of the carrion crow; poem, v 28, p 199, Feb 1915 

To the Belgian Christmas; sonnet, v 28, p 158, Dec 1914 

To Trinity in springtime; ooem. v 28, p 323, May 1915 
J. P. B. 

Rescuing the flag, v 11, P 326, March 1898 
J. s. :.:. 

Pashofa dance, v 9, p 527, June 1896 
June 

Loneliness; poem, v 34, p 392, April 1922 
Kaikdjoghlou, Theogenis 

Lion of Janina. v 28, p 44, Oct 1914; v 28, p 100, Nov 1914 
Kanipe, J. E. 

Mutual love at first sight, v 26, p 101, Nov 1912 

That's what they all say; poem, v 26, p 204, Dec 1912 
Kay, David 

Revolt, v 42, p 5, Feb 1930 
K. C J. 

Card that won. v 11, p 329, Ma£ch 1S98 
Kelly, R. C 

According to the law and the evidence, v 17, p 64, Nov 1905 

Declaiming, v 16, p 404, May 1903 

Mountain flood, v 20, p 6, Oct 1906 
Kendall, H. W. 

Four roses or shrapnel? v 30, p 348, May 1917 

Jack London: an appreciation, v 30, p 210, March 1917 
Kennedy, Fronde 

Southgate Memorial Building, v 34, p 254, Jan-Feb 1922 
Kerchner 

Conversation in the kitchen, v 14, p 383, April 1901 

Young moose, v 15, p 178, Dec 1901 
Kerr, Mrs. Jane P. 

Brig. General Taomas L- Clingman. v 12, p 388, March 1899 
Kilgo, Edna Clyde 

Biography of a dog. v 17, p 71, Nov 1903 
First years of the Atlantic Monthly, v 16, p 369, May 1903 



Kilgo, Edna Clyde-continued 

John Henry Boner: the poet of North Carolina, v 16, o 341, 
April 1903 

Shylock and Barabas: a comparative study, v 15, p 442, 
April 1902 

Some Christmas stories, v 18, p 126, Dec 1904 

Some recent contributions to southern literature, v 17, 
p 133, Dec 1903 
Kilgo, Pres. John C. 

Christian education, v 8, p\ 4, Oct. 1894 

Influence of the Gentile world on the life and character of 
St Paul. vl2, p 457, April 1899 

Dr. Jesse A. Cunninggim. v 12, p 375, March 1899 

Mission of Trinity College, v 15, p 126, Nov 1901 

Sermon to Trinity students, v 14, p 49, Nov 1900 

Study of Thomas Jefferson's religious belief, v 13, o 331, 
March 1900 

William H. Branson, v 12, o 573, June 1899 
Kimball, V. W. 

Grand canyon of the Colorado, v 26, p 282, April 1913 

John Sebastian Bach. v27, p 133, Dec 1913 
King, Hiram K. 

Great sport, v 26, p 323, May 1913 

Shylock, the Jew. v 26, p 293, April 1913 

Song of the angels, v 30, p 114, Dec 1916 
King, Jennings Graham 

Ace of Spades, v 40, p 4, March 1928 
King, Joe 

Mr- Joe King, Paragrapher, by Jule B. Warren, v 20, p 201, 
March 1907 
Kingsbury, Theodore B. 

Theodore B. Kings cury, by Sam W. Sparger, v 9, o 325, 
March 1896 
Kipling 

The short stories of Kipling, by W. G- Puryear. v 15, 
p 340, Feb 1902 
Kipling, Kollege 

Krak-a-looter ' s kantikle; poem, v 17, p 246, Jan 1904 
Kirkman, D. R. 

Dissolution of tne south, v 24, p 248, March 1911 
Kirkman, T. C. 

Man to man. v 33, p 4, Feb 1921 
Kirkpatrick, D. E. 

Old George's vengeance, v 37, p 354, May 1925 
"irkoatrick, Rebecca 

Candle-light; poem, v 39, p 28, Oct 1926 

Fantasy; ooem v 38, p 21, June 1926 

From a new made grave; poem, v 40, p 8, March 1928 
Knight, E. W. 

Dux Femina Facti. v 21, p 64, Nov 1907 
Knight, Helen 

Bees; poem, v 39, p 2, May 1927 

Fairy's song; poem v 39, p 8, May 1927 



Knox, Carl G. 

Digging for money, v 35, p 21, April 1923 
Koonce, Mildred 

Unexpected Christmas gift, v 26, p 150, Dec 1912 
Korner, R. D. 

Historical and character sketch of Bis.op Edward Rond- 
thaler- v 23, p 22, Oct 1909 

On Christmas Eve. v 23, p 107, Dec 1909 
Ku Klux Klan 

Origin and development of the Ku Klux Klan, by Sanders 
Dent, v 9, p 207, Jan 1896 
Kugimeija, T. 

Japanese student's solution of the negro probelm. v 15, 
p 333, Feb 1902 
Kwali 

Haru V/a Kinu; ooem. v 22, p 289, April 1909 
Kweeir 

My love, v 5, p 313, May 1892 
L 

Ephemeral fashion — Byron, v 4, p 73, Feb 1891 

Falstaff: the decayed man of genius, v 21, p 133, Dec 1907 

Poem; poem, v 20, p 322, May 1907 

Poet's dilemma; poem, v 20, p 269, April 1907 

To Trinity; poem, v 20, p 118, Dec 1906 

What is life; poem, v 16, p 86, Nov 1902 
Lamb, Charles 

Charles Lamb, by G. T. Rowe. v 7, p 14, April-May 1894 
Lambeth, C. F. 

Case of Prof. Sledd and Emory College, v 16, p 61, Nov 1902 

Sidney Lanier, v 16, p 23, Oct 1902 
Lambeth, W. A. 

Early English magazines, v 13, p 213, Jan 1900 

Father Abner's turkey, v 13, p 434, April 1900 

Susie Perkins, v 14, p 30, Oct 1900 

Tennyson and the queen, v 14, p 259, Feb 1911 
Lander, Hall 

Woman's place at Trinity College, v 35, p 13, Feb 1923 
Lane, Daniel 

Survivals of Elizabethan English, v 26, p 17, Oct 1912 
Langston, Jennie 

Experiences in novel reading, v 16, p 149, Dec 1902 

Wavering light, v 16, p 191, Jan 1903 
Lanier, Sidney 

Sidney Lanier, by C F. Lambeth v 16, p 23, Oct 1902 

Sidney Lanier, by Garland Greever. v 19, p 120, Dec 1905 

Sidney Lanier as a musician, by Nannie A- Goodson. v 18, 
p 436, June 1905 

Trials and triumphs of Sidney Lanier, by M. T. Dickinson, 
v 10, p 109, Dec 1896 
Lanning, J. H. 

America's place in a world peace, v 32, p 23, Oct l'dl9 
L' An in Agile 



L'Apin Agile 

Oh, what would Paris be?; verse, v 33, p 19, Dec 1920 
Law, Robert A. 

Uncultivated field, v 15, p 40, Oct 1901 

Verse of Jonathan Swift v 15, p 192, Dec 1901 
Lawson, John 

Earliest historian of North Carolina, John Lawson, by H. B. 
Adams, v 15, p 182, Dec 1901 
L» B« H. 

Forty-ninth time, v 29, p 157, Feb 1916 
LeChillingerian, Charles H. 

Sacking the city; verse, v 27, p 81, Nov 1913 
Leach, R. C- 

To hell and back, v 34, p 143, Nov 1921 
Leake, R. I. 

Vice versa, v 30, p 117, Dec 1916 
Leathers, Elsie Williamson 

Mood; poem, v 43, p 3, Dec 1930 
Lee, Will B. 

Creeds, v 4, p 139, June 1891 

Intercollegiate Oratorical Association of North Carolina, 
v 4, p 88, March 1891 
Legionaire 

Ambrosia; verse, v 32, p 329, April-May 1920 

Cootie; poem, v 32, p 179, Jan 1923 

End of the rainbow; verse, v 32, p 218, Feb 1920 

Kismet; poem, v 33, p 24, May 1921 

Shipwreck; verse, v 32, p 163, Jan 1920 
Lelghton, Lord 

Lord Leighton and his paintings, by W. v 9, p 411, April 
1896 
Lei ten, Mary Sin ton 

In the coliseum; poem, v 41, p 18, March 1929 
Lewis, Julian D. 

Ether tells, v 33, p 37, Dec 1920 
Lewis, Sinclair 

Sinclair Lewis: humanitarian, by James A. McCain, v 40, 
p 15, Dec 1927 
Leyburn, J. A. 

Race in a choir-loft, v 32, p 62, Nov 1919 
L' Homme Qui Rit 

Little drops of water, v 24, p 303, April 1911 
Linjender, Mask U. 

Two strangers, v 33, p 25, Feb 1921 
Linney, J. C 

Great statesman of America and son of North Carolina, v 6, 
p 284, April 1893 

North Carolina's greatest need, v 6, p 199, Feb 1393 
Linney, R. Z. 

Dr. Brantley York, v 6, p 39, Nov 1892 



Llppincott, Martha Shepard 

To March; sonnet, v 39, p 16, March 1927 
Lit t,le John, D. H. 

Hobbies, v 9, p 377, April 1898 

Human comedy, v 11, p 275, Feb 1898 

Spanish- American war. v 12, p 256, Jan 1899 
L. N. M. S. 

onshiner of Chestnut Ridge, v 9, p 26, Oct 1895 
Lockhart, Walter 8. 

Josiah Turner, v 15, p 521, Hay 1902 

Mysterious box. v 19, p 272, April 1906 

Page's rebuilding of old commonwealths, v 16, p 246, Feb 
1903 

Songs, merry and sad. v 20, pi, Oct 1906 
London, Jack 

Jack London: an appreciation, by H. W Kendall 
Londow, E- J. 

Digressions on ease, v 25, p 20, Oct 1911 

Hilligenlei. v 23, p 126, Dec 1909 

My library acquaintances, v 25, p 342, May 1912 

Non-dramatic poems of Schiller, v 24, p 17, Oct 1910 

Some college questions, v 24, p 174, Feb 1911 

Southern industry and educational ideals, v 25, p 183, 
Jan-Feb 1912; v 25, p 238, March 1912 
Long, Andrew T. 

Letter, v 4, p 138, June 1891 
Lounger 

Faculty game, v 9, p 114, Nov 1895 
Lovell, Worden French 

Fingers; poem, v 42, p 3, April 1930 

Happiness; poem, v 42, p 8, Nov 1929 

Prayer at sea* poem, v 42, p 14, Feb 1930 

To V. 1.1. N. ; poem, v 42, p 16, Jan 1930 
Lowell , Amy 

Amy Lowell, By Idalene Gull edge 
Lowrance, Carlos U. 

Cnristmas fox chase, v 28, p 148, Dec 1914 
L. T. 

Clergy of the last century, v 7, p 11, Oct 1893 
Lucas, J. P. 

"Joseph Pearson Caldwell, v 18, p 252, March 1905 
Lucas ,.. John Paul Jr. 

Smithy, v 40, p 10, May 1928 

Transient v 42, p 13, Jan 1930 
Lyle, Elizabeth 

Wheels; ooem. v 41, p 18, Oct 1928 
Lyndal , Mark 

We met last night as strangers meet; poem, v 15, p 244, 
Jan 1902 
Lyon, Lou Davis 

Tragedy v 34, p 218, Dec 1921 
Lyons, Adelaiue 

Apology for bromides, v 30, p 159, Feb 1917 



Lyons, Adelaide Avery-continued 

Germs, v 29, p 100, Dec 1915 

Paid in advance, v 30, p 293, April 191? 

Religious defense of slavery, v 31, p 11, Oct 1917 

Some freaks I nave known in college, v 29, p 210, March 
1916 

Switch in time, v 31, p 315, March 1918 

Sword of the Lord and of Gideon, v 30, p 339, May 1917 

Two stars and a diamond, v 32, p 39, Oct 1919 

Victorious battle, v 32, p 255, March 1920 

Victory of three generals, v 31, p 58, Oct 1917 
M 

Memory Picture; poem- v 23, p 256, March 1910 

Oriental and occidental character, v 1, p 47, Jan 1888 
Macauley, Sadie 

Convalescent, v 28, p 324, May 1915 
Macbeth 

Character sketch of 'acbeth, by B. D. McCubbins. v 27, 
p 254, March 1914 
Macon, Nathaniel 

Nathaniel Macon, by F. C McDowell, v 9, p 459, May 1896 

Life of Nathaniel Macon, by Julian Blanchard 
M. A. G. 

Plot instead of a play; poem, v 17, p 457, June 1904 
Manoney, W. A. 

Indian legend, v 22, p 290, April 1909 
Mahrud, Sir Rah 

I achine U. S. 67. v 31, p 343, April 1918 

Ultimate preparedness, v 31, p 98, Nov 1917 

When Preacher John went tto preaching, v 31, p 378, April 
1918 
Mann, Blanche 

Another view of the position of women in contemoorary 
life, v 30, p 170, Feb 1917 

Last word on the Dosition of women in contemporary life, 
v 30, p 299, April 1917 

Position Philip Frenau should occupy in American litera- 
ture v 30, p 222, March 1917 
Mann, I. T. 

My violet dell; poem, v 20, p 302, May 1907 
Manning, Stephen hooper III 

Villanelle to be sung by a lamp post; ooem. v 42, p 3, 
Oct 1929 
Mark Twain 

Mark Twain at Oxford, by L. Jordan Carter, v 21, p 59, 
Nov 1907 
Markham, C- B. 

Class prophecy, v 19, p 366, June 1906 

Revenge and expenditures of the city of Durham, v 19, p 313, 
May 1906 
Markham, Lila 

Treatment of animals in literature, v 15, p 497, May 1902 



Markham, Susie 

Anti-slavery literature, v 26, p 218, Feb-March 1913 
Maurois, Andre 

Prince oi French, biographers: Andre Maurois, by Cyril 
Clemens, v 44, p 9, March 1932 
Marple, Joel 

One minute too late, v 17, p 157, Dec 1903 

Poet's wife. v 17, p 13, Oct 1903 

Woman's cnoice. v 17, p 397, April 1104 
Marr, S. Wade 

Nick, v 25, p 108, Dec 1911 
Marr, Rev T. F. 

Philosophy of human history, v 13, p 401, April 1900 
Marr, W. M. 

Mrs. Olive Tilford Dargan v 22, p 230, Harch 1909 

Night spent with Uncle John, v 23, p 7, Oct 1S09 

Philosophy of a college student, v 25, p 278, April 1912 

She understands, v 25, p 4, Oct 1911 
Marshall, John 

Recalcitrant student; sonnet, v 42, p 4, Oct 1929 
rartin, Thurman D. 

Tree; poem, v 34, p 325, March 1922 
Mary ton 

Meae solissimae sole; poem, v 24, p 115, Dec 1910 
M. A. S. 

North Carolinian, v 24, p 69, Nov 1910 
son, J. W. T. 

Buddhism, v 39, p 9, May 1927 
Mason, Sirule 

Unwritten story, v 19, p 322, May 1906 
Massey, L. S. 

Students ' rights; editorial, v 4, t> 61, Jan 1891 

Valedictory, v 4 p 125, May 1891 
Maxwell , Nancy 

Dick and the useful present, v 30, p 156, Feb 1917 

Strongest tie. v 31, p 24, Oct 1917 
Mayer, R. A. 

Kentucky Cardinal and aftermath, v 9, p 512, June 1896 

Ku Klux raid, ana what became of it. v 9, p 506, June 1896. 
Maynard, .Albert 

Where endeth love? v 19, p 126, Dec 1905 
May tubby, J. S. 

Few points relating to the Indian territory, v 9, p 88, 
Nov 1895 

Judge Walter Clark, v 9, p 321, March 1896 
McCain, James A. 

Sinclair Lewis: humanitarian, v 40, p 15, Dec 1927 

Tony's ghost, v 37, p 21, Oct 1924; v 37, p 73, Nov 1924 
McCall, E. C. 

Fate of Melvin. v 10, p 293, March 1897 
McCall, Rivers 

Bleck romance v 44, p 7, April 1932 



McCauley, Sadie 

Fate of the graduated coed, v 31, p 384, April 1918 

Reggie, v 28, p 191, Feb 1915 
McCormlek, Virginia 

Acid sketches from the south, v 41, p 10, Feb 1929 

After a morning in the Louvre; poem, v 42, p 30, Feb 1930 

Bobbed hat*, v 40, p 16, Oct 1927 

Confessional, v 40, p 13, March 1928 

Immortality; sonnet, v 39, d 26, Jan-Feb 1927 

Ironic bird, v 39, p 9, April 1927 

John Keats end ^ms. Fanny Browne go by; poem, v 40, d 15, 
April 1928 

Masculine handwriting, v 41, p 11, Oct 1928 

Mask, v 41, p 4, Jan 1929 

I lillions of women, v 42, p 4, May 1930 

Monogamous third, v 42, p 4, Nov 1929 

On hearing a great singer; sonnet, v 39, p 25, Jan-Feb 1927 

Passionless; poem, v 38, p 10, April 1926 

Poet's picnic, v 43, p 11, Nov 1930 

Possession; poem v 42, p 9, March 1930 

Red anfis and bacon rind, v 44, p 3, Oct 1931 

Remembered moments, v 40, p 5, Nov 1927 
McCrary, Helen 

Dreaming moon; poem, v 33, p 25, Oct-Hov 1920 

Dreams come true, v 32, p 268, Marchl 1920 
McCrary, J. R. 

Letter from the University of Michigan, v 5, p 148, Jan 
1892 
McCubbins, B. D. 

Character of the old south, v 25, p 68, Nov 1911 

Character sketch of Macbeth, v 27, p 254, March 1914 

My rosary; poem, v 28, p 38, Oct 1914 

Old miser of Lantern Yard, v 28, p 144, Dec 1914 

Petet Stewart Key — Marshal Ney. v 27, p 52, Nov 1913 

Phantom train, v 27, p 377, May 1914 

Sunset; poem, v 28, p 208, Feb 1915 

Uncle Pete, an old time fisherman, v 28, p 77, Nov 1914 

Winning of Elizabeth, v 28, p 234, March 1914 
Mc Cull en, Mary 

Lillian Bridges Stewart, v 21, p 34, Oct 1907 
Mc Cullers, E. W. 

Home coming; poem, v 32, p 80, Nov 1919 

Lost love; poem, v 28, p 80, Nov 1914 

Shield of Calixtus. v 28, p 7, Cct 1914 
McCurdy, Harlod 

Midnight reckoning; poem, v 42, p 9, Oct 1929 

Pilgrim; poem v 42, p 7, Jan 1930 
McDavid, Raven I. Jr. 

City morning; poem, v 44, p 17, Feb 1932 

In church; verse, v 44, p 16, Nov 1931 
McDuifie, George 

George iicDuffie, the great orator of this century, by J. 
Witherspoon Ervin. v 6, p 49, Nov 1892 



McDougle, A. W. 

Dinty and the black cat. v 34, p 10, Oct 1921 
McDougle, H. I. 

Sleuth, v 35, p 21, Feb 1923 
McDowell, F. C. 

Louis D. Wilson, v 7, p 7, April-May 1894 

Nathaniel Macon, v 9, p 459, May 1896 

Nature in Wordsworth, v 8, p 6, Jan 1895 

What American literature owes to Irving, v 8, p 5, April 
1895 

William Dorsey Pender, v 7, p 12, Jan 1894; v 7, o 17, 
Feb 1894 
McDowell, W. T. 

Roads of our country below the point of diminishing re- 
turns, v 5, p 100, Dec 1891 
Mcintosh, Brooke 

Yo.' ho.' rum row.' v 38, p 9, May 1926 
Mcintosh, E. S. 

To Bohemia and Lack, v 22, p 219, March 1909 

Can you guess? ooem. v 22, p 410, May- June 1909 

Clarissa v 22, p 10, Oct 1908 

Edgar Allen ?oe, writer of short stories, v 22, p 177, 
Feb 1909 

?tabel. v 23, p 147, Dec 1909 

Making good og Peter, v 22, p 107, Dec 1908 

Prayer; poem, v 22, p 248, May- June 1909 

Song of the loom; ooem. v 22, p 64, Nov 1908 

To western North Carolina; poem, v 20, p 357, May 1907 

Tragedy of the Nameless Cljib. v 23, p 69, Nov 1908 

Translation from Horace; ooem. v 21, o 133, Dec 1907 

While we sleep; ooem. v 2l, o 276, April 1908 
McLarty, *%. K. 

Government patronage, v 9, p 17, Oct 1895 

Salvation Army, v 8, p 21, April 1895 

Years that hasten by; poem, v 9, p 536, June 1896 
McLarty, Furman 

Crystal vase, v 37, p 213, Feb 1925 

Did Marshal Ney die in North Carolina? v 37, p 65, Nov 1924 

Theodosia Burr — a legend, v 37, p 15, Oct 1924 
McNeill, Duncafo 

College ball; poem, v 15, p 517, Feb 1902 
McNeill, John Charles 

John Charles McNeill, by Jule B. Warren, v 21, o 45, Nov 
1907 
i.IcRae, Cecil 

Outcast reclaimed, v 37, p 551, May 1925 
McRae, W. V. 

Homeward and nome, as it appeared, v 20, p 141, Dec 1906 
M. E. L. 

David Hill, v 14, p 25, Oct 1900 
Mencken, Henry Louis 

Forty six candles for Henry Louis Mencken, by James B. 
Spencer, v 39, p 3, Oct 1926 



:enefee, Kate Randall 

Cavalier; poem, v 42, p 8, Jan 1930 
Meredith, Flora 

Artistic wasting of time, v 34, p 188, Dec 1921 

On the wings of the storm, v 34, p 486, May 1922 

Passing of the I.Ientzers. v 34, p 276, Jan-Feb 1922 

Two round trips, v 35, o 22, Jan 1923 
Meritt, A. H. 

Nautilus, v 7, p 5, Feb 1894 

Original language, v 9, p 522, June 1896 
Merrltt, Ethel Hall 

When you're a baby freshman; poem, v 33, p 54, Oct-Nov 1920 
Merritt, Ruth 

Congressional business in 1950. v 32, p 308, March 1920 

Do you stand alone; verse, v 32, p 277, March 1920 

Dreams and duty; poem, v 32, p 31, Oct 1919 

Heavenly flag; poem, v 31, p 304, March 1918 

Just down, not out; poem, v 33, p 59, Dec 1920 

War ooetry as an expression of war thought, v 32, p 88, 
Nov 1919 
M. H. 

Gone but not forgotten; poem, v 34, p 417, April 1922 

Sixty eight; poem, v 34, p 425, April 1922 
Michaels, Matilda 

William Watson, v 23, p 230, March 1910 
Mike Roe Kosmus 

There is no death, v 5. o 309, May 1892 
Midgett, P. D. Jr. 

Wreck of the Milton; poem, v 33, p 43, April 1921 
Millner, Evelyn 

Cannibal Jim. v 37, p 299, April 1925 
Mims , Dr. Edwin 

Correlation of our educational system, v 16, p 169, Jan 
1903 

Our silver anniversary — address deliverae. at Vanderbilt 
University, v 14, p 205, Jan 1901 

Some aspects of a state's literature, v 9, p Z13, March 
1896 

Some thoughts on Edmund Burke, v 12, p 79, Nov 1898 

Trinity College: a general sketch v 15, p 98, Nov 1901 
Minor, Julia Brent 

Translation — Peacnes — Thuriet. v 20, p 336, May 19 7 
Mitchell, B. H. 

Honorary degrees, v 5, p 179, Feb 1892 
M. L. D. 

Mountain grave, v 18, p 442, June 1905 
M. L. H. 

Literary criticism of the eighteenth century, v 13, p 277, 
Feb 1900 
Monroe, Robert 

Her Christmas gift, v 18, p 136, Dec 1904 



Monroe, Robert -continued 

Mountain; poem, v 17, p 28, Oct 1903 

Solution of a mystery, v 18, p 428, June 1905 
Montis, LeBaron 

And night; poem, v 41, p 14, Feb 1929 

Poem; poem, v 42, p 12, Nov 1929 
Moody, William Vaughn 

William Vaughn lioody, by Lizzie T. Wrenn. v 25, p 270, 
April 1912 
Moore, A. G-. 

After the snower; poem, v 16, p 389, May 1903 

Beautiful snow; poem, v 17, p 278, Feb 1904 

Christmas scenes, v 18, p 160, Dec 1904 

Easter; peem. v 18, p 289, April 1905 

Isaac Erwin Avery, v 17, p 427, June 1904 

Life in Lexington during the Civil War. v 17, p 269, 
Feb 1904 

Mardle; poem, v 16, p 383, May 1903 

My valentine; poem, v 18, p 189, Jan 1905 

Outwitting the old man. v 18, p 358, May 1905 

Piece of clay, v 18, p 308, April 1905 

Some experiences in novel reading, v 18, p 201, Jan 1905 

Sweet unknown flower; poem, v 18, p 357, May 1905 

Takeo Hirose. v 18, p 41, Oct 1904 

Through Uorth Carolina with Frederick Law Olmstead in 1853. 
v 17, . 193, Jan 1904 

True service; poem, v 17, p 12, Oct 1903 

Washington Duke, v 18, p 407, June 1905 

Webster's national point of view, v 17, p 142, Dec 1903 
Moore, Merrill 

Jonquil gold; poem, v 41, p 7, Marcn 1929 

Walt Wnitman: the candle-s:ick maker; poem, v 41, p 8, 
Dec 1928 
Moore, W.- H. 

Raising the flag; poem, v 18, p 11, Oct 1904 
I.Ioreland, John Richard 

Ambergris; poem, v 58, p 5, April 1926 

Earth mother; poem, v 38, p 4, May 1926 

I love all things that cluster round the sea; sonnet, 
v 38, p 2, Feb-i '.larch 1926 

When I am dead; poem, v 38, p 4, April 1926 
Morgan, J. A. 

Bishop Haygood on tne Race problem, v 18, p 358, May 1905 

Idle comments, v 19, p 213, March 1906 
..loss, Cora Jenkins 

Changed plans, v 30, p 164, Feb 1917 

How could he hejbp it? v 31, p 336, April 1918 
M. R. C. 

C-o west, young man, go west; poem, v 34, p 147, Nov 1921 

Old oaken paddles; poem, v 35, p 59, April 1921 

Reminiscences of a tie-heck v 34, p 59, Oct 1921 

What's in a name? v 33, p 29, May 1921 



Mumford, G-. S. 

His revenue and reward, v 32, p 156, Jan 1920 
Munden, Kenneth White 

Secular discourse; poem, v 43, p 13, March 1931 

Sonnett. v 43, p 9, April 1931 

Sonnet to the evening, v 43, p 9, April 1931 
Mure ides 

Gossip of the gods; verse, v 27, p 220, March 1914 
Murph, D. S. 

A contemporary English ooet — William Watson, v 16, p 73, 
Nov 1902 

Old story in a new dress, v 16, p 411, May 1903 
Murray, Robert B. 

Concerning fraternities, v 27, p 86, Nov 1913 

Gleam through the darkness, v 26, p 30, Oct 1912 

Mission of melody, v 26, p 89, Nov 1912 

Overcoat and court-plaster, v 25, p 62, Nov 1911 

Question; poem, v 26, p 53, Oct 1912 

Reflections of Billy; poem, v 26, p 143, Nov 1912 

Spring; verse, v 26, p 261, April 1913 

Vergiss Meinnicht; poem, v 26, p 122, Nov 1912 

What is to be will be. v 26, o 339, May 1913; v 26, p 373, 
April 1913 
Muse, Amy B. 

Coed Cinderella, v 27, p 76, Nov 1913 

Ghost story, v 26, p 348, May 1913 

Inspected, v 27, p 374, May 1914 

Shameless confessions, v 26, p 234, Feb-J.Iarch 1913 
Musser, Benjamin 

Appomattox; Doem. v 42, p 13, Dec 1^29 
M. W. 

Nobody sees the waiter's face, v 37, p 303, April 1925 
Lylod, Edward 

Autumn memory; poem, v 43, p 3, March 1931 

Changes; poem, v 43, p 11, Dec 1930 

City street; poem, v 43, p 12, Oct 1930 

For one who dares; poem, v 43, p 10, April 1931 

Sonnet, v 43, p 3, Eeb 1931 

Sonnet, v 42, p 7, Nov 1929 

Sonnet, v 43, p 9, Jan 1931 

Subtlety; poem, v ^2, p 18, March 1930 

To a critic; poem, v 42, p 18, Feb 1930 
Myra, Gee V. 

Lure of the limelight, v 37, p 24, Oct 1924 

Raising morning glories and short stories, v 37, p 114, 
Dec 1924 
Myrick, R. A. 

How many speak English? v 6, p 216, Eeb 1893 

Island cities, v 6, p 118, Dec 1892 

Lodes of burial in all countries, v 6, p 28, Sept. 1892 

Never too late to learn, v 6, p 351, May 1893 

Remarkable memories, v 6, p 29, Sept. 1892 

Ruins tell tales, v 5, p 217, March 1892 



N 

American episode, v 4, p 76, Feb 1891 
Nap 

Sit straight in the boat; poem, v 28, p 112, Nov 1914 
Nast, Thomas 

Thomas Nast, a great cartoonist, and his creations, by 
J. H. Burrus. v 29, p 321, May 1516 
Nat 

Peak that is nearer the storm clouds, is nearer the stars 
of light, v 8, p 1, Jan 1895 
N. B. K. 

Decision, v 19, o 139, Dec 1905 
Nebulus 

Der Essel hinaus dem Wolken. v 37, p 158, flTan. 1925 

Eternal three plus one. v 37, p 111, Dec 1924 

Phillip D'Or. v 37, p 27, Oct 1924 

Shorty's encumbrance, v 37, p 67, Nov 1924 
Needham, J. B. 

Progress of the negro in cities, v 11, p 373, April 1893 
Negro 

Progress of the negro incities. v 11, p 373, April 1898 

Negro problem, by W. J. Bundy. v 33, p 31, Oct-Nov 1920 

Prospect of the American negro, by J. P. Wynn. v 26, p 85 
Nov 1912 
Newman, Harris 

Pippa's romance, v 30, p 58, Nov 1916 

Way of the sinner, v 31, p 85, Nov 1917 
Newman, A. Evelyn 

Aspasia comforts Pericles; poem, v 43, p 3, Oct 1930 

Bargains; poem, v 41, p 8, Feb 1929 

In pere la chaise; poem, v Z9, p 18, April 1927 

Urn burial; poem, v 40, p 7, Feb 1928 
Newsom, D. W. 

April; poem, v 11, p 431, April 1898 

Beneath the stars; ooem. v 12, p 20, 1898 

Bill Arp. v 14, p 249, Feb 1901 

Butterflies; poem, v 30, Dec 1916, p 109 

Caprice; poem, v 29, p 331, i'ay 1516 

Correction; poem. v|i$, p 202, Jan 1898 

Day that is; poem, v 11, p 247, Feb 1898 

Death of summer; poem, v 35, p 15, Nov 1922 

God's mountains; poem, v 34, p 160, Nov 1921 

In defense of Bill, the bard; poem, v 29, p 282, April 
1916 

In memory of everybody's friend; poem, v :.0, p 45, Nov 
1916 

In the new ground; poem, v 11, p 283, April 1898 

Ingle in the cottage; poem, v 12, p 360, Feb 1899 

Kiss; poem, v 10, p 251, Feb 1897 

Lowering of the class flag; poem, v 29, p 3, Oct 1915 

Moment of rest; poem, v 10, p 421, Hay 1897 

Music; poem, v 34, p 185, Dec 1921 



Newsom, D. W. -continued 

My birthright; verse, v 32, p 191, Feb 1920 

Non omnis raoria; poem, v 11, p 133, Dec 1897 

Ode to the Library; poem, v 20, p 335, May 1907 

Old farm home; poem, v 11, p 89, Nov 1897 

Our times are in thy hands; poem, v 31, p 203, Feb 1918 

Poppies; poem, v 30, p 347, May 1917 

Queen of the hills; poem, v 31, p 3, Oct 1917 

Reflection; poem, v 11, p 458, May 1898 

Reverie; poem, v 29, p 216, March 1916 

Shorthand — its progress, v 10, p 390, May 1897 

Spring; poem, v 34, p 381, April 1922 

Tenderest flower; poem, v 35, p 16, Feb 1923 

Thine eyes; poem, v 33, p 18, Feb 1921 

To a fallen leaf; poem, v 33, p 3, Oct-Nov 1920 

To Blanche; poem, v 12, p 206, Dec 1898 

To mamma; poem, v 11, p 319, March 1898 

To my classmates; poem, v 10, p 30 Oct 1896 

To my golden- rod; poem, v 12, p 129, Nov 1398 

To our sweetgum tree; poem, v 12, p 237, April 1899 

To Shakespeare; sonnet, v 34, p 454, May 1922 

To the men of the golden star; poem, v 32, p 3, Oct 1919 

To William Francis Gill; poem, v 31, p 105 , Nov 1917 

Trinity gets a gymnasium, v 12, p 482, April 1899 

Uncle Jack; poem, v 29, p 151, Feb 1916 

Voices of the Christmas time; poem, v 29, p 112, Dec 1915 

Wealth of the poor; poem- v 29, p 69, Nov 1915 

Wings of spring; poem, v 35, p 11, Marcn 1923 

Winter wind; poem, v 32, p 51, Nov 1919 

Wordsworth's college life, v 12, p 338, Feb 1899 

Ye bards of Greece and Rome; sonnet, v 10, p 11, Oct 1916 
Newton, Katherine 

Night shift; poem, v 39, p 23, Jan-Feb 1927 

Shore leave; poem, v 39, p 9, March 1927 

Sunday afternoon; poem, v 39, p 24, Jan-Feb 1927 
Ney, Petet Stewart 

Petet Stewart Ney --Marshal Ney, by B. D. McCubbins. v 27, 
p 52, Nov 1913 
Ni 

Campus strolling; verse, v 26, p 366, May 1S13 

Coed Annabel Lee; verse, v 27, p 70, Nov 1913 

Jim Key on the repression of the poor; verse, v 27, p 152, 
Dec 1913 

Volume of Keats, v 24, p 291, April 1911 
Nichols, Madge 

To a violet; ooem. v 31, p 288, March 1918 
Nicholson, Prof. L. C. 

Prof. L. C Nicholson, by W. G. Puryear. v 16, p BO, Oct 1902 
Nick O'Teen 

-rescriotion. v 29, p 66, Nov 1915 
N. I. M. 

My roommate; ooem. v 34, p 256, Jan-Feb 1922 



N ' importe 
Altar lilies; verse, v 27, p 101, Dec 1913 
College ideals, v 28, p 188, Feb 1915 
Compact, v 29, p 51, Nov 1915 

Confessions of a theme reader, v 28, p 286, April 1915 
Cry of the battle-weary; verse, v 27, p 232, March 1914 
Last rose of summer; poem, v 37, p 231, Feb 1925 
Mike's debut, v 29, p 103, Dec 1915 
Ninety nineteen 

Ninety nineteen. Anonymous, v 17, pAlbum, June 1904 
Nit a 

Love story, v 16, p 31, Oct 1902 
Nixie 

Only a bit of experience, v 11, o 36, Oct 1897 
N. 0. P. 

Standing at the crossing; poem, v 12, p 337, Feb 1899 
Norment, Richard M. Jr. 
Charge of the bargain brigade; poem, v 19, p 334, May 

1906 
How Casey won the day; poem, v 20, p 303, May 1907 
North, H. M. 
Chrysanthemum; poem, v 9. p 148, Dec 1895 
Comedy of the goal, v 13, p 606, June 1899 
Hacks and nackmen of Durham, v 12, p 15, Oct 1898 
Harvest passed; poem, v 12, p 387, March 1899 
Legend of the aspen tree; poem, v 11, p 99, Nov 1897 
Lines in memory of Uncle Jesse; poem, v 12, p 354, Feb 

1899 
Man without tne hoe; poem, v 14, p 247, Feb 1901 
Only a tramp; poem, v 22, p 119, Dec 1908 
Present day superstition, v 12, 439, April 1899 
Sequel to :"aud I'uller; poem, v 12, p 254, Jan 1899 
Wanderer; poem, v 11, p 105, Nov 1897 
Children's Prayer; poem, v 12, p 78, Nov 1898 
North Carolina 
Committees of safety in North Carolina, by F. T. Willis. 

v 12, p 409, March 1899 
Common schools of North Carolina, by B.F. Harrison, v 10, 

p 199, Jan 1897 
Cost of peace in North Carolina, by F. H. Brooks, v 9, 

p 407, April 1896 
Court system of North Carolina before the revolution, by 

Stewart, S. A. v 12, p 513, lay 1899 
Early libraries in North Carolina, by Inez Duke Angier. 

v 17, p 18, Oct 1903 
First libraries in Nortii Carolina, by Stephen B. Weeks. 

v 5, p 10, Oct 1891 
Government of North Carolina, by W. W. Stedman. v 21, pi, 

Oct 1907 
Home owners in North Carolina as compared with other states, 

by F. T. W. v 11, p 453. Hay 1898 



North Carolina -continued 
Landholding in colonial North Carolina, by John S- Baspett. 

v 10, p 334, April 1897; v 10, p 393, May 1897 
Magazines of North Carolina, by Nellie Stephenson, v 18, 

p 82, Nov 1904 
North Carolina's greatest need, by James C Linney. v ffi, 

p 199, Feb 1893 
Nortn Carolina in the first national Congress, by J. C- 

Blanchard. v 15, p 389, March 1902 
North Carolina in the French and Indian war, by J. A. 

Best, v 15, p 382, March 1902 
North Carolina Metnodism and slavery, by J. S- Bassett. 

v 12, p 531, May 1899 
Removal of Tuscarora Indians from North Carolina, by 

Sanders Dent, v 10, p 142, Dec 1896 
Seven years of unwritten history in North Carolina, by 

Ernest T. Bymum v 5, p 314, May 1,-92 
Tobacco culture and manufacture in North Carolina, by 

A. B. Bradsher. v 18, p 290, April 1905; v 18, p 379, 
May 1905 
Norton, Charles Eliot 
Charles Eliot Norton, by Pearl e Brinson. v 22, p 52, Nov 

1908 
Nutt, Adam 

Bloody Soons; ooem. v 31 , p 112, Nov 1917 
N. X. 

Warm number; ooem. v 11, o 106. Nov 1897 

Spider's nest, v 4, p 87, March 1891 

Wordsworth and the French Revolution, v 4, p 19, Nov 1890 
Obarr, F. W. 
Breath of love; ooem. v 17, p 209, Jan 1904 
Country Tragedy, v 19, p 250, March 1906 
Death in life; poem, v 18, p 32, Oct 1904 
Faith, hope and charity; Doem. v 19, p 221, Feb 1906 
Girls; poea. to 19, p 290, "April 1906 
In the halls, v 19, p 210, Feb 1906 
Is it a sin to love?; poem, v 18, p 421, June 1905 
Judge of the Penguins, v 19, p 158 Dec 1905 
Life; poem, v 19, p 234, March 1906 
Life in death; poem, v 18, p 33 , Oct 1904 
Nature story; poem, v 19, p 258, March 1906 
Please; poem, v 18, p 159, Dec 1904 
Serenade; poem, v 18, p 363, May 1905 
Some one tell; poem, v 18, p 321, April 1905 
Song of Habakku'c; poem, v 17, p 329, March 1904 
Sonnet on the sonnet; poem, v 18, p 446, June 1905 
Still smokin'; poem, v 19, p 146, Dec 1905 
Thoughts; poem, v 18, p 200, Jan 1905 
To a lead pencil; poem, v 19, p 357, May 1906 
To Joseph Jefferson; poem, v 18, p 378, May 1905 



Obarr, F. W. -continued 

To Sir John Suckling; poem, v 17, p 392, April 1904 

To the poppy; poem, v 17, p 148, Dec 1903 

Trinity: nought six; poem, v 19, p 365, June 1906 

Umpire; poem, v 19, p 391, June 1906 

What the Fuschia gave, v 19, p 107, Dec 1905 
Ocoee 

In the heart of the Cherokee nation, v 14, p 142, Dec 1900 
Odell, R. M. 

Some aspects of the recent coal strike, v 16, p 67, Nov 
1902 
Ogburn, N. S. Jr. 

Easter anthem; poem, v 18, p 307, April 1905 

History of the Archive, v 17, p 84, Nov 1903 

Miser and the farmer; poem, v 18, p 213, Jan 1905 

Poe's Life at the University of Virginia, v 17, p 373, 
April 1904 

Precatio senioris; poem, v 18, p 73, Nov 1904 

Snow; poem, v 18, p 150, Dec 1904 

Undoing of Sophomore Jim. v 18, p 34, Oct 1904 
Ogden, W. C. 

Flesh, v 43, p 17, Oct 1930 

Glimpses of the orient, v 41, p 13, April 1929 

Potter of Hiang-Chi; poem, v 41, p 6, l.'ov 1928 

Where are the dead who died in vain?; poem, v 41, p 12, 
March 1929 
0. Henry 

0. Henry as a short story writer, by C. R. Brown, v 32, 
p 363, April-May 1920 
Old Syntax 

Ad nauseam, v 4, p 19, Nov 1890 

Bicycles, v 4, p 42, Dec 1690 

Bosh, v 4, p 5, Oct 1890 

Contrast, v 4, p 122, May 1891 

Little ode to mosquito, v 4, p 124, May 1891 

Today — yesterday — tomorrow, v 4, p 75, Feb 1891 

Transition; or a married ma,n at home, v 3. p 82, Feb 1890 

Woman's work, v 4, p 117, May 1891 
01 in 

Critioue on Irving, v 2, p 165, June 1889 

Democracy in America, v 4, p 3, Oct 1890 

Get there, v 3, p 5, Oct 1889 

Purification of the drama, v 3, p 150, May 1890 
Oliver, H. A. 

Manslayer. v 35, p 12, April 1923 
0' Meyer, Conn 

Poe's contribution to southern literature, v 31, p 228, 
Feb 1918 

Tennessee or Carolina, v 31, p 361, April 1918 
Omo 

To Milton; sonnet, v 41, p 16, April 1929 
Ormond, J. M. 



Ormand, J. Iff. 

Jacob A. Rlis and his work, v 15, p 208, Dec 1S07 
0. R. Q. 

Wild goose chase, v 10, p 73, Nov 1896 
Or ran, Jan some 

Death In the family, v 39, p 16, Oct 1926 
Osborne, M. A. 

Riding the calf; poem, v 26, p 199, Dec 1912 
Oxford 

Oxford c s revealed through Matthew Arnold, by Lelah 
Starr, v 21, p 238, Feb 1908 
O.X.O. 

Another fool liar; poem, v 26, p 383, May 1913. 

Question; poem, v 26, p 1C9, Nov 1912 
Pace, Agnes Lillian 

Fantastiaue; uoea. v 41, p 11, May 1929 

Warum?; poem, v 38, p 22, May 1926 
Padgett, P. M. 

Childhood's day; poem, v 12, p 454, April 1899 
Page, Thomas Nelson 

Tiiomas Nelson Page, by W. A. Bivins. v 15, p 447, April 
1902 
Parker, Florence 

To ; poem, v 18, p 447, June 1905 

Parker, R. E. 

Apology for bachelors, v 30, p 105, Dec 1916 

Birds of a feather, v 30, o 324, May 1917 

Victim of temptation, v 31, p 249, Feb 1918 
Parker, Will N. 

Business signs, v 11, p 421, April 1898 

California city, v 10, p 353, April 1897 

Davie, v 11, p 321, March 1898 

Red rock, v 12, p 183, Dec 1898 

Southern students' conference, v 12, p 13, Oct 1898 
Parmenter, Catherine. 

Return of the Paralus; verse, v 39, p 27, Oct 1926 
Parson 

Parson's matrimonial tragedy, v 13, p 109, i!ov 1899 
Payne, Anne Blackwell 

I had forgotten; poem, v 38, p 14, April 1926 

This is not you; poem, v 38, p 10, June 1926 

Your wall; poem, v 38, p 11, April 1926 
Payne, Dr. B. R. 

At Trinity; poem, v 19, p 271, April 1906 

Magdalene and it's composer, v 9, p 374. March 1896 

Southern students' conference at Xnoxviile. v 9, p 38, 
Oct 1895 
P. D. 

Gander Pull in', v 15, p 327 Feb 1902 
Peace, Alexander, Smith 

Valedictory of 1862. v 27, p 330, May 1914 
Pearce, S. F. 

Quit kicking; poem, v 20, p 357, May 1907 



Pearson, M. E. 

Social life in Japan, v 23, p 188, Feb 1910 
Peddler 

Tne essay, v 2, p 123, April 1889 
Peele, D. D. 

Hon. F. M. Simmons, v 14, p 215, Jan 1901 

Jeffrey's objections to Wordsworth's poetry, v 14, r> 133, 
Dec 1900 

Landor's imaginary conversations, v 13, p 292, Feb 1900 

Modern Penelope, v 13, p 116, Nov 1399 

Serious joke, v 12, p 471, April 1899 

Will Murphy, v 12, p 87, Nov 1898 
Peele, Juliana 

Founders of Rich Souare Meeting, v 20, p 183, Feb 1907 

Red shirts, v 13, p 481, May 1900 
Peele, W. W. 

Ernest Seton- Thompson, v 16, p 233, Feb 1903 
Pegram, J. E. 

Fairview kennels, v 12, p 107, Nov 1898 
Pegram, William H. 

Address in behalf of the faculty of Trinity College, 
v 8, p 28, Oct 1394 

Petroleum, v 4, p 17, Nov 1890 
Pender, William Dorsey 

William Dorsey Pender, by F. C McDowell, v 7, p 12, 
Jan 1894; v 7, p 17, Feb 1894 
Perrow, E. C 

Edgar Allen Poe; poem, v 16, p 335, April 1903 

Edmund Burke, v 15, p 269, Jan 1902 

Girl with the bright blue eyes; poem, v 16, p 147, Dec 
1902 

In the Mils of Tennessee; poem, v 16, p 199, Jan 1803 

In the Tennessee mountains, v 16, p 79, Nov 1902 

Karl Ermon v 14, p 86, Nov 1900 

Mountain girl; poem, v 14, p 267, Feb 1901 

Our dear old Trinity; poem, v 16, p 71, Nov 1902 

Parting; poem, v 16, p 35, Oct 1902 

Pinno cave, v 15, p 50, Oct 1901 

Song of love; poem, v 15, p 336, Feb 19C 

Sonnet, v 15, p 45, Oct 1901 

Sonnet, v 14, p 387, April 1901 

Sonnet, v 14, p 24, Oct 1900 

Sonnet — rest; poem, v 14, p 312, March 1901 

Uncle Ashby goes to church; poem, v 14, p 152, Dec 1900 
Perry, Seborn 

Lost, strayed or stolen; poem, v 35, p 26, Jan 1923 
Peterson, J. L. 

Wolf, v 32 p 81, Nov 1919 
Pickens, W. M. 

Attitude of the restoration towards Shakespeare, v 29, 



Pickens, W. M. -continued 
p 283, April 1916 
Wanderings of a harp agent, v 29, p 236, /arch 1916 
Pierce, Ovid Williams Jr. 
Cracked portraits with rusty .^old frames, v 43, p 4, Feb 

1931 
Do college students believe in God? v 44, p 13, May 1932 
Servant in his house, v 42, p 9, «Jan 1930 
Pinder, Frances Dic>enson 
Ballad of elephants; poem. 

Ballad of one young maid; veBse. v 44, p 13, Nov 1931 
Red Cherokee; poem, v 41, p 16, March 1929 
Pinnix, Isabel 

Old family tradition, v 21, p 54, Nov 1907 
Eitts, Hary G. 
Country- tac. v 32, p 164, Jan 1920 
Evesdropping breeze, v 32, p 108, Nov 1919 
Elephant steooed on the bed bug's toe. v 33, p 49, Nov 

1920 
Forest of the wedding- funeral, v 33, p 49, ;.:ay 1921 
Two men and a woman, v 33, p 35, Dec 1920 
Pleasants, Milton R. 
How Trinity students helo themselves, v 27, o 108, 
Dec 1913 
Poe, Clarence H. 

Young man ana journalism, v 19, p 378, June 1906 
Poe, Edgar Allan 
Edgar Allan Poe, writer o£ short stories, by E. S. 

Mcintosh, v 22, p 177, Feb 1909 
Poe's contribution to southern literature, by Conn 

'Meyer, v 31, p 228, Feb 1918 
Poe's life at the University of Virginia, by N. S. 
Ogburn, Jr. vl7, p 373, April 1904 
Poems 



POEIAS 

See name of author for complete entry 

Adventuring* M. Wescott 

Advartisement. M* B. Andrews 

Advice to new girls. Adge 

Af t )r a torning in the Louvie. V. McCormick 

Aftar the shower. A. 8-. ^oore 

Aftar the storm. M. Wescott 

Aftermath. J 

Af te r, -r»^ t * s «». p . V, Werrl e« 

Age. T. Carriger 

Age-old college question. H. C. Sprinkle 

Ah.' Anonymous 

Alchemy. H. M. Douty 

Allegory. E. Le Culbreth 

All over. L. L. Draughon 

Alors. Jove 

Altar lilies. N'importe 

Alumni poem. N. I. White 

Ambergris. J. R. Moreland 

Ambitious Kitty. F. A. Bridgers 

Ambrosia. Legionaire 

And night. L. Montis 

An 1 it's students this and students that. S. S. Farabow 

Another fool liar. 0- X. 0. 

Answer. J. M. Frank 

Appeal to the public. Anonymous 

Applied mathematics. Ellen 

Appomattox. B. Musser 

April. C D. Gray 

April. D. W. Newsom 

April from a hospital window. R. P. Harris s 

Armageddon. Y. Elliott 

As is a lute. K. W. Harding 

As ICoschos sar.^. SI. F. Hoisington 

As one perfect wnoie. H. E. Spence 

Aepasia comforts Pericles. E. A. Newman 

At a way-station. N. I. White 

Atheist Ekylark. F. Gray"' 

At sea. H. M. Ellis 

At the Dardanelles. J. W. Carr, Jr. 

At the old home place. 5. C. Durham 

At trinity. ^. ^. P*»vr>* 

At Trinity. E. Scott 

At twilight. Q. Holton 

Aubade. R. P. Harris s 

Augury, C. Carmer 

Aus alten marchen winkt es. L. I. Jaffe 

Autumn . L . Rl gg s 

Autumn. E. Bjftrkman 



POEMS- continued 

Autumn. M. Slngletary 

Autumn echoes. N. H. Tuck 

Autumn idyl. M. L. Smith 

Autumn meditation. C. Alexander 

Autumn memory. E. Mylod 

Autumn occurrence. D. C. DeJong 

Autumn shadows. P. P. Church 

Awakening. S. J. Stephens 

Baby and the breezes. 0. Wannamaker 

Ballade of sighs. N. I. White 

Ballad of elephants. F. D. Pinder 

Ballad of one young maid. F. D. Pinder 

Barabbas to his lieutenant. N. I. White 

Bargains. E. A. Newman 

Battle line. M. Wescott 

Beads. V. Stait 

Beautiful snov;. A. ^. Moore 

Be brave toni^nt. H. E. Spence 

Beelzebub. Ellen 

Bees. H. Knight 

Before aad after. F. J. M. 

Being inland. E. M. Davis 

Belief. A 

Bells of Trinity. C. Alexander 

Bell? of Trinity, p. T. Tjurhaa 

Beneath the stars. D. W. Newsom 

Betrayal. V. Stait 

Birthday. Helen P. Stallings 

Birthdays. N. I. White 

Bit of philosophy. C 

Bits of clay. E. S. M. 

Blasphemer. J. B. Clark 

Bloody sophs. A. Nutt 

Blue eyes. N. I. White 

Blue moon. L. I. Jaffe 

Boarding house spinsters. L. Trent 

Bondage. L. Trent 

Bondeau. T. 

Bounty. D. C DeJong 

Breath of love. P. W. Obarr 

Bother o' mine. His sis 

Bugle. Z. Schneider 

Butterflies. D. W. Newsom 

Cafe Blues. Anonymous 

Call of the twentieth century. W. G-. Sneppard 

Call of the world. M. B. Andrews 

Camper's reverie. R. P. Harriss 

Campus strolling. Ni. 



POEMS- continued 

Candle-light. R. Kirkoatrick 

Can you guess? E. 3. Mcintosh. 

Caprice. D. W. Newsom 

Captive tiger. C. M. Hutcliings 

Caravan. T. Carriger 

Cards. S. B. 

Carven lily. K. W. Harding 

Castle of content. D. L. Edwards 

Castle of youth.. M. Y. Wescott 

Catharsis. M. T. Ritter 

Qatullus V. N. I. White 

Catullus VI. N. I. White 

Catullus XXXI. N. I. White 

Cavalier. K. R. Menefee 

Caveat. M. T. Hitter 

Centurion. 0. Winstead 

Change of wind. R. P. T. Coffin 

Changes. E. Mylod 

Changes. L. S. Wyatt 

Chanson, Anonymous 

Charge of the bargain brigade. P.. ,f . 'Torment, -Jr. 

Change of the masked brigade. W. v. 

Childhood's day. P. M. Padgett 

Children's prayer. W. H. "North 

China's Awakening. C. M. Hutchings 

Chris 'mus en myah bones. N. H. Tuck 

Christ. G. T. Hancock 

Christmas. S. Berghauser 

Christmas Bell. R. Tiro 

Christmas Boon. A. Harper 

Christmas Qarol. W. H. A. 

Christmas difficulties. F. Holton 

Christmas eve. C. Alexander 

Christmas in the Aih. E. W. Cranford 

Christmas leave-taking. A. S- Berghauser 

Christmas legend. Anonymous 

Christmas prayer. H. E. Spence 

Christmas thought. R. Rac 

Church Spire-in half light. V. Stait 

City morning. R. I. McDavid, Jr. 

City street. E. Mylod 

Clais returns. N. I. White 

Cleopatra's farewell. C. G-. Agee 

Cloud pictures. M. Wescott 

Clouds in March. G. M. Crona 

Co-ed. Anonymous 

Co-ci Annabel Lee. III. 

Co-ea's soliloquy. Anonymous 



POEMS- continued 

College Bell. D. McNeill 

College days. M. B. Andrews 

College tragedy. Anonymous 

Come, fill the cup. S. M. Holton 

Come out with me. Robert James 

Coming event. E. Scott 

Coa^cusabioa. M. B. Andrews 

Concerning Cain. Twaddell 

Conclusion. J. E. Aiken 

Couquercr3. M. Y. Wescott 

Consolation. S. M. Holton 

Contemplation. E. M. Davis 

Contrast. J. P. Claris 

Cootie. Legionpire 

Correction. D. W. Newsom 

Country life. H. E. Spence 

Country woman. L. Trent 

Creeds. M. P. Troy 

Crooning of the sea. R. T. ^unstan 

Crying as gulls cry. D. C. DeJong 

Cry of the battle-weary. N'importe 

Damned. T. Carriger 

Dante. C M. Hutchings 

Dawn. J. W. Carr 

Daybreak. Anonymous 

Day that is. D. W. Newsom 

Death in life. F. W. Obarr 

Death in summer. D. W. Newsom 

Demagogue. N. I. White 

Deo Gratias. M. T. Ritter 

Derelict ship. M. Y. Wescott 

Desertion. E. C Blackburn 

Despair. B. H. Siler 

Devil and the deep blue sea. R. F. 

Dialogue between Arnold and Lord Cornwallis. Anonymous 

Disillusioned. F. Foushee 

Distant Song. N. I. White 

Doggerel. M. Single tary 

Don't. A. X. 

Do jou. stand alone? R. LaerritL 

Drag. W. W. Anderson 

Dream. Anonymous 

Draam. city. C. M. Hutchings 

Dreamer. N. I. White 

Dreamer's tale. H. Seedy 

Drea^ng nsoon. v . McCrary 

Drea^i of the sea. M . v . Wescott 



POEMS- continued 

Dreams and duty. R. Merritt 

Dream weed. H-13 

Drill . Anonymous 

Drought. M. F. Hoisington 

Du bist wie eine Blume. H 

Duty. Anonymous 

Dwellin' place of God. H. G. Foard 

Early morn: a scene on the old plantation. R. P. Harriss 

Earth mother. J. R. Moreland 

Easter. A. 3. Moore 

Easter anthem. C. M. B. 

Easter anthem. N. S. Ogburn, Jr. 

Edelweiss. H. E. Spence 

Edgar ftllen c o(?. v . C. p*»-rrow 

Eleanor. J. M. Frank 

Elphenor. M. F. Hoisington 

Emily Dickinson. F. D. WooHen 

End of the rainbow. Legionaire 

Enemies. A. Seed 

Envy. L. Webster 

Epitaph for a spinster. R. W. Barr. 

Epitaph for a suicide's tombstone. R. E. Buren 

Eros, god of love. K. G. Umstead 

Esperance. F.W. Fink 

Est rosa flos veneris. N. I. White 

Esthetes. J. A. Townshend 

Esthetic experience. E. M. Davis 

Eternal feminine. L. I. Jaffe 

Eternal feminine. Saul 

Eternal why. S. B. Underwood 

Evening Sream. G. H. Ferguson 

Evening heights. J. H. Small, Jr. 

Evening in Charleston. C. I. Ball 

Evening star. E. BJorkman 

Eventide. !I. B. Andrews 

Eventide music. D. B. J. 

Evolution. J. Cannon, Jr. 

Examination grades. N. I. White 

Excelsior. Anonymous 

Exhortation to virtue. W. F. Twaaueli 

Exultant Autoraatum. K. Harrison 

Fadings. D. Stoices 

Failure. E. E. Spence 

Fairy's song. H. Knight 

Faith, Hope, charity. F. W. Obarr 

Fall of the year. P. L Eclwpr^s 

Fantastinue. a. t,. p»pp 

Fantasy. Anonymous 



POEMS- continued 

Fantasy. R. Kirkpatrick 

Fashion's decree. E. L. Culbreth 

Faun sings. If. T. Ritter 

Fetish. M. T. Ritter 

Fichtenbaum stent einsam. LI. Y. Wescott 

Fifth ode of Horace. C. E. D. 

Finding God. M. Bradshaw, Jr. 

Fingers. W. F. Lovell 

First Yuletide. E. L. Culbreth 

Flirt. C. M. Hutchings 

Flower. C. T. Hancock 

Flunked. I. R. Theflunker 

Folk song. R. P. Harris s 

Fool. W. H. Coleman, Jr. 

Fool at the door. 0. Whitehead 

Foolish time. N. I. White 

For one v/ho dares. E. Mylod 

For the front of the "Kasidah." Maharlk Jehn 

Forest. M. B. Andrews 

Forty weeks a^o. K. E. Spence 

Four roses. R. Browning 

Fox and the lion. N. I. White 

Freshman, before and after. Anonymous 

Fr^shmar. '3 heaven. Anonymous 

Freshman's heaven. H. E. Spence 

Freshman's rosary. Anonymous 

Friendship. Jake 

From p new mp.d.e grave. T3 . KlirlcpatjT*ieX 

From a Paris window. Fabian 

Fugitive. M. Wescott 

Futility. W. W. Anderson 

G-ad.' Dunno. Anonymous 

Genius of Shakespeare. M. B. Andrews 

G-hosts. V. Stait 

Girl o 1 mine. R. T. Dunstan 

Girls. F.W. Obarr 

Girl with the bright blue eyes. E. C. Perrow 

Glimpse of greatness. C. C. Cornwell 

Gloucester. J. Preston 

Go v/est, young man, go west. M. R. C. 

God's mountains. D. W- Newsom 

Gone but not forgotten. M. H. 

Good night. H-13 

Gossip of the gods. Mureides 

Graph of the cosnos. D. Davidson 

Gravity. M. B. Redford 

Gray aftermath. L. Trent 

Gray street. 0. Winstead 

Gray to Gold. A. S. Berghauser 



POEMS- continued 

Grove of sycamores. H. Swain 

Guinevere at Astolat. L. Stone 

Gwyin' down the road. Anonymous 

Happiness. Jake 

Happiness. W. F. Lovell 

Harbor echoes. M. Wescott 

Haru Wa Kinu. Kwali 

Harvest passed. H. M. North 

Hawthorne tree. P.. Swartz 

Heart of India. M> T. nitter 

Heart's song. H. E. Spence 

Heart that is broken. D. L. Edwards 

Heavei.ly flag. R. W. Men i it 

Heaven or hell. H. E. Spence 

Hecate. Anonymous 

Heimweh. C- farmer 

Helplne. *>. w . ^srr 

Hell and Maria. S, M. Holton 

Help us to kndw Thy way. B. Barringer 

He remembers. M. F. Hoisington 

Hermitage. W. Bynner 

Hero's invocation to death. H. T. Ritter 

Her world. 0. Winstead 

Highest calling. R. Rac 

Hiram's empiric therapeutics. L- Isley 

Home coming. E. W. McCullers 

Home eats. L. V. Harris 

Homesick. J. Hazelwood 

Hour in the woods. Z. Schneider 

How Casey won the day. R. M. Norment 

Humoresgue. M. T. Ritter 

I am a Sophomore. Anonymous 

I am not known to Quietness. E. C Blackburn 

I had forgotten. A. B. Payne 

I have not built a scaffold. H. Swain 

I like ray tea in thin cups. P. Van Orten 

I love all things that cluster round the sea. J. R. Moreland 

I'm tired of the city. M. Y. Wescott 

I shall go — tomorrow. J. Barry 

I would not seil my dreams. J. W. Clayton 

Ideals. V, r . K. Carr. 

An idyll in silhouette. Anonymous 

If I could sell my o.reauis. A. Harper 

Illusion: a vision. H 

Illusionist. N. I. White 

Imagir.i.igs. M. Wescott 

Inraigrpnts. C. M. Hutchings 

Immortality. Anonymous 

Immortality. V. "cCormick 



POEMS- continued 

Immortality. 0. Wannamaker 

Impression. W. H. A. 

Impressions. B. 

In a grave-yard. N. I. White 

In church. R. I. McDavid 

In defense of Bill the Bard. D. W. Newsom 

In Him was life. I. T. Poole 

In honor of Professor Hornady. V. L. S. 

In memory: W. B. Lilly. H. E. Spence 

In .aeuiory of everybody's friend. D. W. Newsom 

In my garden. J. M. Frank 

In pace requlescat. R. Browning 

In pere la chaise. A. E. Neman 

In the Coliseum. M. S. Leitch 

In the dead o 1 night. R. T. D. 

In the heather- G. "• Hatchings 

In thf» hills of Tennessee. E. n . Pei?row 

In the new ground. D. W. Newsom 

Inevitable. A. Wilkinson 

Infinity. B. Jones 

Ingle in the cottage. D. W. Newsom 

Inn's farewell. N. I. White 

Inn-tower speaks. N. I. White 

Inquiry. Caroline Fuller 

Insect philosophies. N. I. White 

Insurant. T. Carriger 

Introduction for a sonnet- sequence in modern manner. C. Brooks 

Inversion. 0. M. Crona. 

Iris. W. Bynner 

Is it a sin to love? F. W. Obarr 

It is not in vain. W. H. Coleman, Jr. 

It ' s own reward. W. F. Twaddell 

It's spring again in Arcady. M. Wescott 

January. Q. Holton 

Japanese Idealism. Z. Hinohara 

Jealousy. J. H. Small, Jr. 

Jim Key on the repression of the poor. Ni. 

Jim Key's bonehead philosophy. N. I. White 

John Keats and Fe.nny Brawne go by. V. McCormick 

Jonquil Gold. M. Moore 

July night. M. F. Hoisington 

jus « u.o\7n, iiOu ouu. it* feierrxTiu 

Jusl one thought of tjaee. J. W. Carr,Jr. 

Just to be loved by you. H. E. Spence 

Just try it. S. M. Holton 

Kin. R. ?. T. Coffin 

The king has said the flre?d black mass. W. H. Coleman, Jr. 

Kismet. Legionalre 

Kiss. D. W. Newsom 



POEMS- continued 

Kite and a heart. M. B. Andrews 

Krak-a-looter 1 s Kantikle. K. Kipling 

Kriemhilde. •=>. S. Alderman 

L. plays $he harpsichord. R. P. T. Coffin 

Laissez faire. Anonymous 

Lament. K. Zimmerman 

Langeweile. Anonymous 

Last rose of summer. N'importe 

Leap year? Yas'm. M. L. Smith 

Leaving the bar. Anonymous 

Legend of the Madison. A. Burr 

Legend of the aspen tree. H. M. North 

Let me walk in the suburbs. Pac 

Letter. L. Riggs 

Lied der Vogel. Anonymous 

Life. F. W. Obarr 

Life in Death. F. W. Obarr 

Lefe's little joke. A nonymous 

Lightly tripped a lass. J. H. Small 

Lights of Currituck Bar-. M. iiVescott 

Lights o 1 home. D. L. Edwards. 

Lines. J. Ward 

Lines. IC. Zimmerman 

Lines in memory of Uncle Jesse. H. M. North 

Lines to -. W. T. Surratt 

Lines written on English V. Anonymous 

Lincro. ?. Vann 

Lintels. D. Stokes 

Loch lily. M. B. Andrews 

Lone pine. Ellen 

Loneliness. June 

Longing. VL. Wescott 

Looking back to childhood. S. C S. 

Lorelei. H. 

LGst love. E. W. McCullers 

Lost, dtrayed or stolen. S. Perry 

Love and regret. C. M. Hutchings 

Love's guiding gleam. Anonymous 

Love lyrics of a lovelorn freshman. E. L. Culbreth 

Lowering the class flag. D. W. Newsom 

Lure of the Loreleis. C P. A. 

Luring call. D. Jones 

Lusitania. H. M. Ellis 

Lyric. W. H. Coleman 

Madman. M. E. Bradsher 

Malady. J. Solomon 

Han without the hoe. H. M. North 

March winds. V/. L. Umstead 

Marching song. F. Gray 



POEMS- continued 

Mardie. A. G-. Moore 
M a rjery. Anonymous 
Marse Jack. Anonymous 
Master of song. M. B. Andrews 
Meae solissimae sole. Maryton 
Measles. Anonymous 
Memories. C. C Erwin 
Liemories. S. C S. 
Memories. M. V/escott 
Memory picture. M. 

lien In school this year. J. W. Clayton 
Mereal. R. Fuller 
Merry heart. M. F. Hoisington 
Midnight reckoning. H. McCurdy 
Mid- summer phantasy. R. P. Harris s 
Minerva- a fantasy. Ik A. Bod 
Minutes. N. I. White 

Miser and the farmer. N. S. Ogburn, Jr. 
Miserere domine. H. E. Spence 
Mist. J. B. Clark 
Mocking bird. W. K. Carr 
Modern stone age dope. Anonymous 
Hoi aussi. A. Holton 
Moment of despair. X. 
Moment of rest. D. W. Newsom 
Mondsftchtig. P. G. Trueblo id 
Tood. E. W. Leathers 
Moon and wind. L. Webster 
Mo on- ~"\ amour. H. F. Hoisington 
Bfopning oft< ar *. n . w. Wutchings 
Mort pour la France. M. Wescott 
Mosquito. X. Y. Z. 
Moss. D. Stokes 
Moth and the cricket. T. A. 
Moth at the window. A. S. Berghauser 
Mother's lamp. E. 0. Smithdeal 
Mountain. S. Bell 
Mountain. R. Monroe 
Mountain girl. E. C Perrow 
Music. M. F. Hoisington 
Music. D. W. Newsom 
Musice paraclites. Anonymous 
Musing. V. Altvater 
Mutlftsigkeit. Anonymous 
My ambition. R. Browning 
My birthright. D. W. Newsom 
My coat of arms. V. Stait 
My confidante. E. Scott 
My evening star. C Cray ton 
My heart will stray. J. Hazelwood 
My loves. H. Belk 
My retreat. E. Scott 



POEMS- continued 

My roommate. N. I. M. 

My rosary. B. D. McCubbins 

My rosebud. 3. H. 

My valentine. A. G-. Moore 

My violet dell. I. T. Mann 

My wish. S- M. Hoi ton 

Names that never die. M. P. Troy 

Nature story. F. W. Obarr 

New. J. F. Bivtns 

New moon. F. Gray 

New vision. Anonymous 

New year. M. Y. Wescott 

New year's greeting. C. Craig 

New year's prayer. Ellen 

Nigger. R. T. Dunsian 

Night shift. K. Newton 

Night music. M. Y. Wescott 

No letting down. K. Herring 

Nocturne. R. Scro^gs 

Non omnis moria. D. W. Newsom 

Northern afternoon. H. P. Stallings 

Nosce te-ipsum: a parable. If. I. White 

Novembah. C. B. Craig 

November. Q. Holton 

Trinity. Anonymous 

vermst-fl simile. M. ^nrl! 

October moon-madness. H. P. Stallings 

Ode. Anonymous 

Ode to David. C. L. Culbreth 

Ode to the Columbian badge. Tapscott 

Ode to the library. D. W. Newsom 

Ode to Trinity. J. M. Dov/num 

Off in the stilly night. J. C. Gibbs 

Oh, what would Paris be? L'apin agile 

Old farm home. D. W. Newsom 

Old oaken paddles. M. R. C 

Old time Christmas. P. I. 

Old-time valentine. H. E. Spence 

Omnipotent. T. Jacobs 

On a birthday. R. 3. 

On Hatteras Bar. C. M. Bivins 

On hearing a great singer. V. McCormick. 

On reaching the age of twenty. H. Haynes 

On the great metropolitan street. Anonymous 

On the mountain top. M. Wescott 

On the passing of the 0. T. G-. E. Powell 

Only a tra.mp. H. M. North 

Only then. J. Johnson 

Open sea. H. P. Taylor 



POEMS- continued 

Optimist. S. Alexander 

Our cities made with hands. J. C Ransom 

Our college flag. J. W. Clayton 

Our dear old Trinity. E. C. Perrow 

Our gymnasium. Anonymous 

Our times are in thy hands. D. W. Newsom 

Over one dying. V. L. Tunstall 

Pair o 1 eyes. M. Ribeau 

Pantheist. F. Gray 

Paradise. H. E. Spence 

Parody. Anonymous 

Parody. J. C. Gibbs 

Parody. Weston 

Parody on Milton's "On His Blindness." M. Wren 

Parted. Anonymous 

Parting. E. C. Perrow 

Pass word. M. Wescott 

Passing of the gate. M. B. Andrews 

Passionless. V. McCormick 

Peace. T. Carriger 

Peace. E. L- Culbreth 

Peacocks in snow. R. P. T. Coffin 

Pearl, C. M. Hutcnings 

Pegasus being tethered. Anonymous 

Perfect day. H. E. Spence 

Ph:.intasj . C M. Hutchings 

Phantom anvil, f. Browning 

Picture. B. 

Pilgrim. E. ? f cCurdy 

Pine tree. F. o-t»pv 

Piper divine. I. F. Conant 

Place I know. C. Scollard 

Play ball. T. B. Harris 

Please. F. W. Obarr 

Plot instead of a play. M. A. G. 

Poe. F. D. Woollen 

Poem. C. Brooks, Jr. 

Poem. B . J. Faucette 

Poem. A. B. Gibson 

Poet great I long to be. R. Browning 

Poem. L. 

Poem. L. B. Montis 

Poet. K. Worth 

Poet laureate. Anonymous 

Poet's dilemna. L. 

Poet's license. E. Wilson 

Poet's plaint. Fabian 

Poppies. D. W. Newsom 

Port of lost ships. M. Y. Wescott 



POEMS- continued 

Portent. A. Hurst 

Portrait impression. LI. T. Ritter 

Possession. Anonymous 

Possession. V. I.lcCormick 

Possibilities. R. Browning 

Potter of Hiang-Chi. W. 0. Ogden 

Prayer. P. W. L. 

Prayer. E. S. Mcintosh 

Prayer at Sea. "'. F. Lovell 

Prayer of the ^outh. A. S. Berghauser 

Precatio senioris. N. S. Ogburn, Jr. 

Printemps de mon coear. J. H. Small, Jr. 

Psalm of football. P. J. Baringer 

Psychological problem. Adge 

Queen of the hills. D. W. Hewsom 

Question. R. B. Murray 

Question. 0. X. 0. 

Questions. Ellen 

Quit kicking. S. P. Pearce 

Raising the flfcg. W. H. Moore 

Ratio. D. Stokes 

Ravin' of a freshman. Anonymous 

Ravings* Anonymous 

Reassurance. W. F. Twaddell 

Recalcitrant student. J. Marshall 

Recollections. M. B. Andrews 

Recompense. Anonymous 

Red CherOfcee. F. D. Pinder 

Reflection. Anonymous 

Reflection. T. Carriger 

Reflection. D. W. Newsorn 

Reflections of Billy. R. B. Murray 

Reflections on entering the sophomore class of Trinity. P. Brinsor 

Rejuvenation. T. Carriger 

Remembering. M. Wescott 

Remembrance. C. Holly 

Renaissance. M. E. Bradsher 

Requiescat. R. W. Barr 

Resolution on a clear morning. D. C, DeJong 

Retrospect. W. A. Stanbury 

Return. Sappho au mer 

Return of the Paralus. C. Parmenter 

Reverie. D. W. Newsorn 

Reverie. M. L. Smith 

Reverie. M. Wescott 

Rhapsody. L. G-. Cooke 

Rhumester's art. L. I. Jaffe 

Rhythm of madness. J. B. Clarke 

Riddle. J. Abelew 



POEMS- continued 

Riding the calf. M. A. Osborne 

Riding to t-he hounds. R. P. Harriss 

Riverscapes. R. P. Basler 

Road song. A. S. Berghauser 

Robbers. M. Y. Wescott 

Romanticist awakes. Anonymous 

Rosa dulcissima. D. L. Edwards 

Rosslein auf der Heide. Anonymous 

Roundelay. R. P. Harriss 

Rover. Iff. Y. Wescott 

Sacking of the 33 ty. C. H. LeChiliingerian 

Salute. D. C DeJong 

Sambo's soliloquy. Sambo 

Scene Snifts. N. I. White 

Sea ballad. C. M. Hutchings 

Sea-foam fairies. M. Y. Wescott 

Sea in spring. T. E. Wagg, Jr. 

Sea moods. M. Y. Wescott 

Sea waves. 0. V/annamaker 

Secular discourse. K. W. Uunden 

Seeus of aeeds. &. Allen 

Seunsucht. E. C. Cheek 

Senior's lament. C. H. Smith 

September transient. R. P. Harriss 

Sequel to Maud duller. H. M. North 

Serenade. F. W. Obarr 

Seventeen. I?. A. 

Shade?. » T . I. White 

Shadows beyond. C. Garmer 

She shall be free. J. F. Bivins 

Shipwreck. Legionaire 

Shore leave. K. Newton 

Shroud. K. W. Harding 

Sidney Lanier. I. H. Fiske 

Silence. G-. M. Crona. 

Silence. L. G. White 

Silent eve. G. T. Hancock 

Silent songs. N. I. White 

Simple truth. C. Culler 

Since Remus gon'. H. E. Spence 

Sinner dies. J. B. Clark 

Sit straight in the boat. Nap 

Sixty-eight. I.I. H. 

Sky man. C. M. Hutchings 

Slumber song. H-13 

Small things. H. Fraser 

Smile and a frown, a. H. Browning 

Smoke on the snow. R. Cheyney 

Snow. N. s. Ogburn, Jr. 



POEMS- continued 



Song. 
Song. 



Snowflakes are the shadows. of dreams. L. Pope 

Soldier's complaint. Anonymous 

Soldier's greeting. 0. B. Darr 

Solus. K. Zimmerman 

Some one tell. F- W. Obarr 

J. F. Bivins 

M. F. Hoisington 
Song for a slight voice. C. Silvay 

Song for George, who wandered in his drinks. R. P. Basler 
Song for Pierre, whose hoboing was a matter of art and 

sensibility. R. P. Basler 
Song for Roper, born a hobo. R. P. Basler 

Song for Sam Dunklin, a perfect American product. R. P. Basler 
Song in memory of Sappho. L. Stone 
Song of a Tar-heel. L. B. Hurley 
Song of Habakkuk. F. W Obarr 
Son- 



C Perrow 

M. Hutchings 

P. Durham 

Anonymous 

S. C S. 
Song of the Carrion crow. Jove 
Song of the Little Pee Dee. D. L. Edwards 
Sons; of theloora. E. S. welntosh 
Song 01 one sea SDi-ite. t,» 0. olacKDurn 
Song of the seasons. Z. Hinohara 



of love. E. 
Son^ of man. C 
Son & of reunion. 
Song of spring. 
Song of soring. 



Song of Trinity. N 
Song that lived. H 
Song to a hillside 
Songs of the silence 
Sonnet. Anonymous 
Sonnet. C. Carmer 
Sonnet. E. M. Davis 
Sonnet. F. A R. 
Sonnet. K. W. Munden 
Sonnet. E. Mylod 
Sonnet. E. Mylod 
Sonnet. E. Mylod 
Sonnet. E. C. Perrow 
Sonnet. E. C Perrow 
Sonnet. E. C Perrow 
Sonnet-Rest. E. C. Perrow 
Sonnet. H. Swain 

N. 
N. 

E 



I. White 
E. Spence 
D. C. DeJong 
Anonymous 



Sonnet. 
Sonnet. 
Sonnet. 
Sonnet. 



F. 
I. 

I. 
L. 



Twacdell 
White 
White 
Williamson 

Sonnets from a forester's notebook. R 
Sonnets from sorrow. BE. Reitsema 
Sonnet to Milton. W. V, r . Bays 



P. Harris s 



POEMS- continued 

Sonnet to the evening. K. W. Llunden 

bonnet on the sonnet. F. W. Obarr 

Sonnet- To Florence. Sophie Moore 

Sonnet to spring. W. G. Sheppard 

Sons of Adam. N. I. White 

Sophomore. H. H. Winecoff 

Sorrow-like foam. H. E. Spence 

Souls of Men. C. M. Hutchings 

Sounds. R. P. Harriss 

Southern hunting song. R. P. Harriss 

Southern prophecy. R. E. Buren 

Southern road. Helene Johnson 

Souvenir. John H. Small, Jr. 

Souvenir. H. P. Stallings 

Sorer. Anonymous 

Spider web scholar. J. Rayford 

Spirit of autumn, ffi. L- Smith 

Spring. Bill 

Spring- 5. M. Holton 

Spring. R. B. Murray 

Spring. D. W. Newsom 

Spring. E. P. Stenhens 

Spring is nere. oaxe 

Spring morning- Santa Fe. L. Riggs 

Spring poem. C. M. Hutchings 

Spring poet. W. K. Garr 

Spring warning. N. I. White 

Standing at the crossing. N- 0. P. 

Still smokin'. F. W. Obarr 

Storm. R. Rac 

Strawberry time at home. M. B. Andrews 

Stray thoughts of Trinity. A. W. Horton 

Street woman. R. W. Barr 

Students' farewell. Rac 

Subtlety. E. Mylod 

Summer. E. Bjorkman 

Summons. M. Wescott 

Sunday afternoon. K. Newton 

Sunny days of youth. B. J. 

Sunset. B. D. McCubbins 

Sunset. M. Revelise 

Sunset as seen from the slums of a city. M. B. Andrews 

Sunset bell. A. S. Berghauser 

Sunset land. D. L. Edwards 

Sureness of bridges. D. C. DeJong 

Surmise and reality. H. E. Spence 

Sweet unknown flower. A. 0. Moore 

Symphony. E. L. !!. 

Tale or the boot-jack. R. P. Harriss 



POEMS- continued 

Taliesin. LI. F. Hoisington 

Tamed roses. M. B. Andrews 

Tapestries. K. W. Harding 

Ten years old. P. P. Church. 

Tenderest flower. D. W. Newaom 

Thanksgiving, 1921. J. H. Small, Jr. 

That freshman poem. F. Holton 

That's what they all say. J. E. Kanipe 

'J-'here have been summer days. H. 

Therefore let us put off the old. D. C. DeJong 

Thine eyes. D. W. Newsom 

This is not you. A. B. Payne 

This is the school that Dulce built. Anonymous 

This spinning earth. H. Vinal 

'1'hou giv'st me faith. S. B. Underwood 

Thoguths. A. S. Berghauser 

Thoughts. F. W. Obarr 

Thoughts of a college graduate. Rac 

Thoughts of a discouraged rhymester. R. Browning 

Thoughts of parting. '7. C. Iff. 

Three ho&ku for spring- M. F- Hoisington 

Three snips a-saiiin to . M. Y. Wescott 

Tnrougn the back door. 3. M. Holton 

Time. V. Stait 

lime hath no meaning. J. T'lzelwood 

.ime or thanksgiving. A. S. Berghauser 

Time slios by. V. Seltz 

Time yrpp^vpsre. w. I. White 

•lis tiftiioween. n. t. uunstan 

fo -. H. Belk 

To -. C B. 

To -• F. Parker 

To -. N. I. White 

To a bumble-bee. Q. Holton 

To a critic. E. Mylod 

To a fallen leaf. D. W. llewsom 

To a folio of sheet music. H. 

To a goatherd of modern Palestine. 1.1. T. Ritter 

To a lead, pencil. F. W. Obarr 

To a musician. II. I. White 

To a pine. Anonymous 

To a violet. M. Nichols 

To an arbutus. Q. Holton 

To an arbutus blossom. Anonymous 

To be a cricket. R. Swartz 

To Blanche. D. W. llewsom 

To Chlais. Anonymous 

To Djp. C D. Mclver. G. 

To Eagar then Poe. W. K. Carr 



POEMS- continued 

To Edmund Clarence Stedman. H. E. Spence 

To Emerson. Weston 

Tc Emma. H. E. Spence 

To endangered careers. V. L. S. 

To Esiole. 3. W H. 

To F-. W. H. Coleman, Jr. 

To his sis. Fellow without a sis 

To John Charles McNeill. C. C Barnhardt 

To John Charles McNeill. R. P. Harris s 

To Joseph Francis Bivins. R. Browning 

To Joseph Jefferson. F. W. Obarr 

To Julia, aetatis 6. Anonymous 

To Kilgo. Anonymous 

To L. I. M. II. 

To la belle. E. B. Hobgood 

To live. <Jake 

To '[-. J. Cannon, Jr. 

To mamma. D. W. Newsom 

To March. M. S. Liooincott 

To Marie. J. Cheraux 

To Milton. Omo 

To my r> l°?s T ?5r'tes. t\ W. ffewsonj 

To my comrade. W. E. Eller 

To my golden-rod. D. W. Newsom 

To my mess-nail card. H. Belk 

To my "Ole Lady." Hash Slinger 

To our sweetgum tree. D. W. Newsom 

Tp Paul Lawrence Dunbar. N. I. White 

To Rev. Sam P. Jones. C C. Barnhardt 

To Shakespeare. D. W. Newsom 

To Sir John Suckling. F. W. Obarr 

To the Arabian nights. Q. Holton 

To the Belgian Christmas. Jove 

To the class of 1904. Anonymous 

To the Firls of '31. B. Barringer 

To the library. Anonymous 

To the men of the golden star. B. W. Newsom 

To the mocking bird. 7/. G. Sheppard 

To the poppy. F. W. Ob a rr 

Tc the Tar He si brigade on the border. Anonymous 

To the trailing arbutus. Q. Holton 

To the Trinity College baseball team. Anonymous 

To Trinity. L. 

To Trinity. E. R. Welch 

To Trinity in springtime. Jove 

To Trinity, thirteen. Anonymous 

T— V T ' ,T ' ' P T /- — ' 
U v • _ • w << • r ■ uutb^x 

To Western Nortn Garoxina. E. Mcintosh 
To 'Jill! am Francis Gill. D. W. Newsom 



POEMS- continued 



To your heart. 



V. L. Tunstall 



Tomb dit 


a 


la 


rose. J. W. Carr 


, Jr. 




Trail of 


the 1 


onesome pine. 


M. 


Bulls 


.rd 


Translation 


from Horace. E. 


s. 


Hclnt 


,osh 


Tree. T. 


D 


Martin 








Trinity. 


A. 


S 


Berghauser 








Trinity. 


D. 


C 


DeJong 








Trinity. 


Ellen 










Trinity. 


J, 


H. 


Highsmith 








Trinity. 


II. 


P. 


Troy 









Tiinity College. Anonymous 

Trinity: nought six. F. W. Obarr 

True Cause. M. Brady 

True service. A. G-. Moore 

Twilight. Anonymous 

Twilight pictures. M. V/escott 

Two ages. J. C. Durhaa 

Two moods. R. P. Harris s 

Two poems. H. Vinal 

points of view. H. E. Spence 

viewe. R. Brownlhg 

e Ashby goes to church. E. C 
Jack. D. W. Mewsom 



Two 

Two 

Unc 

Uncle 

Under 

Under 

Under 



Perrow 



her window. Anonymous 

the mill. J. ^^vford 

the mistletoe. Anonymous 
Urn burial. A. E. Newman 
Urns. D. Stokes 
Umpire. F. W. Obarr 
Unremembered moments. 0. Winstead 
Unrest. E. M. Davis 
Unrevealed. L. Trent 

Unsatisfactory lover's complaint. V/. F. Twaddell 
Unsoiled. D. Stokes 
Unspoken. J. Preston 
Vacation time is over. 
Vagabond's song. R. P. 
Vampire. H. E. Spence 
Vanguards. G-. M. Crona 
Vase brise. J. W. Carr, °r. 
Veil is rent. Fabian 
Vergiss mein nicht. R. B. Murray 
Via Santa Fe. H. P. Stallings 
Victorian set. L. Trent 
Viewpoints. E. L. Jones 
Villanelle to be sung by a lamp post. 
Vlllennes. sur Seine. R. L. Jones 
Vinci t omnia Veritas. R. W. Barr 
Vineta. W. Taylor 



M. B. Andrews 
Harris s 



S. C. Manning III 



POEMS- continued 



Violet and I. N. I 
Vision. Anonymous 
Vision. F. X. 
Viv. D. L- Edwards 
Voice of the heart 
Voice of the night 
Voices of the 
Voyager. A. S 



White 



V. L. S. 
N. H. Tuck 
Christmas time 

Berghauser 



D. W. Newsom 



Wake up, freshman. Anonymous 

Walt Whitman: the candle-stick maker. M. Moore 

Wanderer. H. II. North 

Wanted: Knowledge. Anonymous 

Warm number. N. X. 

Warning. R P. Harris s 

Warum? A. L- Pace 

Wanderings. II. I. White 



washerwoman. G< 






K. m. Herring 
T. White 



Waaain^ton. J. F. Bivins 

Wa met last n^it as strangers meet. M. Lynaal 

Wealth of the poor. D. W. Newsom 

Wearines3. W. 

Welcome from trinity to the ^resident 

We'll go no more to p eaufort town. N. 

What Is life? L 

Wbp.t matter? u . E. Sp.ence 

Wheels. E. Lyle 

When do I love you best? J. Kazelwood 

When I am dead. J. R. Moreland 

When it's time to go a-croonin'. P.. T. Dunstan 

When Kaiser Wilhelm sleeps. M. B. Andrews 

When niti^ht comes on. H. E. Spence 

V/hen you whispered. H. B. Porter 

When you're a baby freshman. E. H. Herri tt 

Where are the dead who died in vain? W. C Ogden 

Where Ariel hid. H. E. Spence 

Where art thou, soul? Fabian 

Where earth and heaven meet. 1,1. B. Andrews 

Which is socialism? Rac 

While thou dost sleep, -"nonymous 

While we sleep. S. 8. Mcintosh 

Whippoorwill. H. L. Frick 

Whirl is king. J. E. Aiken 

White hunger. K. Worth 

Why should I be still? D. C DeJong 

Will-o'-the-wisp. N. I. White 

Wind's invitation. A. Harper 

'Vinds of destiny. N. I. White 

Wings of Spring. D. W. Newsom 

Winter visitor. R. P. Harris s 



POEIIS- continued 

'.'.'inter wind. D. W. Newsom 

Wintry night. C. C Erwin 

V/itch. I. T. 

Within the world that we have made. L. Trent 

Woman- grown. V. Stait 

Woman in the case. C. B. Craig 

Women of Aran. E. BJorkman 

Wonder. C. Fuller 

Wooers. C Salkin 

Words v/orth in romance. C E. E. 

Work song. 0. Winstead 

World struggle. H. L- Hoffman 

Wraith. K. W. Harding 

Wreck of the Milton. P. D. Ilidgett, Jr. 

Wrecks* M. Wescott 

Written in loving sympathy of a freshman. L. Humble 

Xj - and Z. Z. LaVj.<^.^oii 

Ye bards of Greece and home. D. W. Newsom 

Year's exit. C. B. Craig 

Your image. E. C Blackburn 

Your wall. A. B. Payne 

Youth-comnlacency. R, E. Burnn 

Yuletide. D. L. Edwards 



Polk, K. C. 

In fee simple, v 39, p 3, April 1927 
Poole, Ivey T. 

In Him was life; poem, v 26, p 292, April 1913 
Poole, J. R. 

Art and literature in Hayti. v 12, p 94, Nov 1898 
Poole, R. T. 

Anti-Masonic party, v 11, p 134, Dec 189? 

Chautauqua, v 11, p 310, March. 1898 
Pope, Liston 

Snowf lakes are the shadows of dreams; do em. v 43, d 14, 
March 1931 
Porter, H. E. 

When you whispered: verse, v 26, o 381, April 1913 
Porterfield, W\ H. 

ASia's finest city, v 39, p 6, May 1927 

Mukden, v 39, p 12, May 1927 
Potter, Robert Lee 

Meeting, v 39, p 3, Nov 1926 
Powell, G. E. 

Eulogy on song birds, v 31, p 238, Feb 1918 

Frausnack. v 32, p 186, Jan 1920 

In behalf of tne not weenie, v 31, p 183, Dec 1917 

On the oassing of the O.T.; poem, v 34, p 62, Oct 1921 
Powell, L. W. 

Grafter's luck, v 28, p 205, Feb 1915 

James A. Riggs, bachelor, v 28, p 243, March 1915 

-onsiaur Beaunot. v 28, p 4, Oct 1914 

Philanthropist, v 28, p 123, Dec 1914 

Rogue, v 28, p 94, Nov 1914 
Powers , Nash 

Paul Hamilton Hayne. v 17, p 330, March 1904 
Preston, Janef 

Gloucester; verse, v 38, p 3, Oct 1925 

Unspoken; poem, v 38, p 4, Feb-Maroh 1926 
Price, Gladys V. 

Among the roses, v 33, p 46, May 1921 

Beginnings of Christmas and Christmas customs, v 33, p 54, 
Dec 1920 

Call of his Traumer-ei. v 33, p 57, Oct Nov 1920 

Mary's April escapade, v 31, p 131, Dec 1917 
Price, Irene 

Moliere and the "Eternal Feminine", v 35, p 19, May 1921 
Pritchett, Marshall 

About culture at Duke: a reply, v 44, p 5, April 1932 
Procter, A. M. 

Evolution of the ox-cart, v 23, p 297, April 1910 
Propsey I. 

Old time Christmas; poem, v 11, p 148, Dec 1847 
Pshaw, George Barnyard 

Daily dozen, v 35, p 41, May 1923 
Puryear, L. A. 

Bill, v 23, p 277, April 1910 - 



Puryear, L. A. -continued 

Ghost in the castle, v 22, p 339, May-June 1909 
Puryear, VI. G. 

Dr. G. L. Ha lilton. v 16 , p 59, Oct 1902 

Dr. J. C- Ronsraeier. v 16, p 59. Oct 1902 

Dr. Wm. H. Glasson. v 16, p 58, Oct 1902 

Prof. L. C Nicholson, v 16, p 60, Oct 1902 

Short stories of Kipling, v 15, p 340, Feb 1902 
P. W. L. 

Prayer; poem, v 16, p 322, April 1903 

Q 

Squire's daughter, v 13, p 299, .^eb 1900 
Queen, Custer 

Fashionable occurrence; ooem. v 4, o 71, Feb 1891 
R. 

Nation's voice, v 4, p 59, Dec 1890 

Ocean, v 4, p 103, April 1891 

Patriotism and the patriot v 4, p 118, May 1891 

Sketch, v 19, p 259, March 1906 
Rac, Revilo 

Christmas thought; poem, v 30, p 121, Dec 1916 

Her first offense, v 30, p 98, Dec 1916 

Highest calling; poem, v 51, p 350, April 1918 

Let me walk in the suburbs; poem, v 29, p 3S7, May 1916 

Storm; poem, v 30, p 228, March 1917 

Students' farewell; ooem. v 28, p 553, May 1915 

Thoughts of a college graduate; poem, v 29, p 246, 
rch 1916 

Victim of justice, v 50, p 215, Marcii 1917 

Which is socialism; Doem. v 28, p 301, April 1915 

Will it cost me my diploma? v 30, p 285, April 1917 
Ramsey, Ben 

Enchanted veil, v 39, p 13, June 1927 
Ramsey, VI. J. 

Musical culture, v 9, p 472, May 1896 
Ransom, John Crowe 

Our cities made with hands; poem, v 40, p 12, May 1928 
Ranson, Gen. Matthew, W. 

Gen. Matthew W. Ranson, by C. M. Campbell, v 18, p 231, 
March 1905 
Raper, Cnarles 

Broader education, v 6, p 90, Dec 1892 

New age. v 6, p 136, Jan 1893 

Nicaragua canal — its importance, v 6, p 267, April 1893 

Stage of develooment, and security of present progress, v 6, 
p 193, Feb 1893 

Tendencies of the age. v 6, p 320, May 1893 

Why does Europe support such vast military forces? v 5, 
p 13, Sept 1892 
Raper, G. N. 

College days, v 2, p 173, June 1889 



Rastaff 

School building of the mountains, v 37, p 119, Dec 1924 
Ray ford, Julian 

Spider web scholar; poem, v 40, p 7, Jan 1928 
Ray ford, Judy 

Under the Mill; poem, v 40, p 20, March 1928 
R. 0. 

Arthur Herv-ille or painful recollections of a bore, 
v 34, o 403, April 1922 
R. D. H. 

Strategy that failed, v 13, p 288, Feb 1900 
R. D. M. 

Infinitive, v 1, p 125, Hay 1S88 
Reade, Evelyn Candace 

Margaret Wade Deland. v 31, p 264, March 1918 
Reade, Nellie 

Even in our midst, v 31, p 352, April 1918 
Realist 

Spring, v 35, p 40, May 1923 
Redford, May Bess 

Four seasons, v 40, p 15, Nov 1927 

Gravity; poem, v 41, p 12, Nov 1928 
Reeves, Lassaphine 

Atlantic Monthly — fifty years of an American magazine. 
v 21, p 105, Dec 1907 
Reid, Christian 

Christian Reid, by J. F. Bivins. v 9, p 360, March 1896 
Reitsema, Mildred 

Sonnets from sorrow; verse, v 44, p 13, Dec 1931 
Renfro, J. 0. 

Calamitous debut, v 26, p 176, Dec 1912 

Mountain romance, v 24, p 231, May 1911 

Social and economic parasite, v 29, p 43, Oct 1915 
Revelise, M. 

Sunset; poem, v 38, p 4, Nov 1925 
R. F. 

Devil and the deep blue sea; poem, v 37, p 63, Nov 1924 
Rho 

Intoxicants vs. war. v 4, p 41, Dec 1890 
Rhodes , Cecil 

Cecil -nodes, by R. L. "lowers, v 15, p 429, April 1902 
Ribeau, M. 

Pair o' eyes; ooem. v 33, p 15. March 1921 
Riggs, Lynn 

Autumn; poem, v 38, o 19, Jan 1926 

Letter; poem, v 38, p 3, Feb-March 1926 

Spring morning — Santa Fe; poem, v 38, p 8, April 1926 
Riis, Jacob A. 

Jacob A. Riis and his work, by J. M. Ormond. v 15, p 208, 
Dec 1901 
Riley, James Whitcomb 

James Whitcomb Riley, by 7.. F. Kinea. v 12, p 615, June 1899 



Ring, J. T. 
Elizabethan t; verns 

Ritter, Margaret Tod 
Catharsis; poem, v 38, 
Caveat; verse, v 38, p 



v 29, p 269, April 1916 



p 22, June 1926 

3, Dec 1925 
Deo gratias; poem, v 41, p 6, March 1929 
Faun sings; poem, v 39, p 3, Jan-Feb 1927 
Fetish; poem, v 40, p 22, May 1928 
Heart of India; poem, v 40, p 11, Oct 1927 
Hero's invocation to death; ooem. v 58, p 3, 
Humoresque; poem, v 41, p 12, April 1929 
Portrait impression; poem, v 39, p 2, April 1927 
To a goatherd of modern Palestine; poem, v 39, p 



April 1926 



31, 



31, 



rch 192? 
"obblns, John B. 

Dr. John B. Robe ins, by J. A. Sharp, v 11 
Roberts, P. Mae 
History of the 
Robinson, Hardy 
"otton culture 
Oct 1902 
Rodgers, J. P. 
Experience of three atoms; or the fall of man in minia- 
ture, v 5, p 263, April 1892 
Roe, Bert 
Graveyard reflections, v 8, p 



dividing line, v 
P. 

in the south since 



p 172, 
the war. 



p 432, May 189S 
Dec 1917 
v 16, p 1, 



17, 



Jan 1932 
-1931 



1895 



March. 

Sol's experience, v 8, p 20, March 1895 
Rogers, P. Eurwell 

Hell-bound vessel, v 44, p 3, 

So primitive, v 44, p 20, Nov 
Romanticist 

Spring, v 35, p 40, May 1923 
Rondthaler, Bishop Edward 

Histories! and character sketch of Bisnoo Edward Rond- 
thaler, by R. P- Xorner. v 23, p 22, Oct 1909 
Ronsmeier, Dr. J. C 

Dr. J. C. Ronsmeier, 
1S02 
Roosevelt, Theodore 

Theodore Roosevelt, by G-. 
Rose, Guilford H. 

Bennett house, v 21, p 28, 
Rousseau, fift 

Rousseau, and the revolutionary constitutions, by Louis 2^ I. 
Jaffe. v 24, p 106, Dec 1910 
Rowe, G. T. 

Charles Lamb, v 7, p 14, April-May 1894 



v 23, p 32, 
by W. G- Puryear 



v 16, p 59, Oct 



H. Flowers, v 15, pi, Oct 1901 



Oct 1907 



Cheating 

Lovesick 
Philosobhy end 
Plugs and pipes 



on examinations, v 8, p 



sopnomore ' s song; ooem. 
evelation. v 12, 
v 12, p 479, Ap 



23, ^an 1395 
v 7, p 22, Feb 1894 
p 584, June 1899 
il 1899 



Reckless criticism, v 8, p 24, Jan 1895 



Rowe, G. T. -continued 

Regular vs. special couBses. v 8, p 22, Jan 1895 

University work, v 8, p 20, Feb 1895 

Wasnington Duke, v 7, p 1, March 1894 

With bier and pall, v 11, p 256, Feb 1898 
R. R. 

Two Shakespearian characters, v 1, p 64, Feb 1888 
R. S. 

On a birthday; poem, v 42, p 14, April 1930 
Rubri caput 

Opening of the gymnasium, v 12, p 491, April 1899 
Rucker, Myra 

Miss Myra Rucker — music composer, by Eugene C Ivey. 
v 9, p 409, April 1896 
Rudo.ick, G-irard B. 

Cardinal, v 11, p 10, Dec 1928 

New education, v 41, p 3, Feb 1929 
Ruskin, John 

John Ruskin, the social reformer, by Llary Rearaey Thomas. 
v 19, p 45, Nov 1905; v 19, p 142, Dec 1905; v 19, p 191, 
Jan 1906 

Ruskin' s moral teachings, by Zeb F. Curtis, v 11, o 8, 
Oct 1897 

Some phases of Ruskin' s life and work, by Claude Flowers, 
v 22, p 58, Nov 1908 
Russell, Irwin 

Irwin Russell, by J. N. Aiken, v 23, p 63, Nov 1909 
Russell, Margaret 

Pearl brooch, v 34, p 71, Oct 1921 
Russia 

Three months in 'ussia, by Ernest T. Bynum. v 9, p 272, 
Feb 1896 
R. W. 

Cul ure as an educational objective, v 35, p 16, May 1923 

Custom of the race, v 33, p 21, Dec 1920 
Ryman, Sophia 

Skeletons, v 34, p 393, April 1922 

Way o' coeds, v 34, p 509, May 1922 
S 

Deliverance, v 17, p 255, Feb 1904 
Salkin, Celia 

Wooers; poem, v 40, p 21, May 1928 
Sambo 

Sambo's soliloquy; too em. v 18, p 281, March 1905 
Sanders, Robert W. 

Religious and educational training of the slaves, v 31, 
p 205, Feb 1918 
Sandino-el 

Poets of the nineteenth century, v 2, p 43, Dec 1888 
Sappho Au Mer 

Return; poem, v 34, p 478, Hay 1922 



Satnora, Myra 
Incomplete angler, v 17, p 393, April 1904 

Saul 
Eternal feminine; poem, v 19, p 72, 
On the edge of the precipice, v 19, 



Twentieth century Rubicon. 
Saunders, Hortense 



Nov 1905 

p 235, March 



Ernptji success 
Saunders, Col. 

Ool. William ' 
June 1896 
Savage, Ernest 

As it pleases 

In • ian spring 



v 39, d 34, 
William L. 
j. Saunders, 



v 19, p 7, Oct 1905 
June 1927 



by 



T. C. Hojle. v 9, p 494, 



L. 
me. 
v 



Uncle 
S. B- 
Cards : 



Tom's t&e. 



DOjm. v 1J 



v 26, p 183, Dec 1912 
26, p 252, May 1913 
v 27, p 503, April 1914 



p 58, Oct 1901 

Scarlett, Cnarles 
G-rady as a speaker 

Schiller. 
Non-dramatic ooems of Schiller, 
p 17, Oct 1910 

Schneider, Zwingli 
Bugle; poem, v 31, p 67, Nov 1917 
Hour in the woods; poem, v 30, p 

Schwatt, I. J. 
Important mathematics 

Scollfc.rd, Clinton 
Place I know; poem, v 

Scott, Eliza 
At Trinity; poem, v 34, p 220, Dec 1921 
Clothes of the times, v 34, p 284, Jan-Feb 
Coming event; poem, v 34, p 204, Dec 1921 
My confidante; poem, v 34, p 499, May 1922 



and writer, v 17, p 337, March 1904 
by Jacob Londow. v 24, 

289, April 1917 

v 9, p 388, April 1896 

38, p 15, April 1926 

:1 

1922 



My retreat; poem, v 34, 



v 



p 485, May 
34, p 396, 



1922 
Aoril 



1922 



Picking a wallflower. 
Scott, Sir '.'.alter 

Sir Walter suet Scott, and Scotland, by R. G-. Tuttle. 
v 7, p 1, April-May 1894 
Scoville, Samuel Jr. 

Killer, v 41, p 3, April 1929 

Orchid-hunting, v 41. p 7, Oct 1928 
Scroggs, C R. 

Eternal life and 
Scroggs, Reese 

Blae flame, v 20, 

Nocturne; poem, v 
o » . o. 

Looking back to 

Memories; poem. 

Song of spring; 



death, v 19, p 383, June 1906 



P ML, 

20, p 



Nov 1906 
127, Dec 1906 



i em. 



childhood; o 

v 37, p 304, April 

poem, v 37, p 340, 



37, p 310, April 1925 

1925 

way 1925 



S. D. M. 

First hundred years of the cons uitution. v 1, p 83-, March 
1888 
Secrest, James 

Furriner. v 35, p 21, March 1923 

Raid on Sam McGee's place, v 35, p 17, Feb 1923 

Seven til age. v 35, p 37, May 1923 
Seed, A- 

Enemies; poem, v 17, p 83, Nov 1903 
Seedy, H. 

Dreamer's tale; poem, v 34, p 342, March 1922 
Seeger, Alan 

Alan Seeger — poet and soldier, by Virglnius C. Hall, v 30, 
p 330, May 1917 
Seltz, Viola 

Time slips by; poem, v 33, p 23, "May 1921 
Senior 

Woman's place at Trinity College, v 35, p 15, Feb 1923 
Separk, Joseph H. 

Search for truth, v 8, o 12, Feb 1895 

Theophilus H. Hill, v 9, p 3c7, March 1896 
S. F. P. 

Alfred Trice, the waif, v 21, to 140, Dec 1907 
S. H. 

My rosebud; verse, v 27, p 373, May 1914 
Shakespeare 

Shakespeare, by Wm. P. Few. v 29, p 342, May 1916 

Snakespeare' s women, by Carrie E- Craig, v 29, p 254, 
April 1916 

Shakespeare as a teacher of philosophy, by W. I Cran- 
ford. v 12, p 236, Jan 1899 
Sharp , J . A. 

Diary of a Confederate refugee, v 11, p 259, Feb 1898 

Dr. C C. Brown, v 11, p 482, May 1898 

Dr. John B. Robbins- p 482, May 1898 

Relation of public schools to immigration and material 
progress, v 10, p 190, Jan 1897 

Trinity advances, v 11, p 44, Oct 1897 
Shaw, Thomas J. Jr. 

Unto the third generation, v 40, o 12, Dec 1927 
Shelton, R. H. 

Growth of Trinity, v 30, p 27, Oct 1916 
Shelton, W. R. 

Classics and sawmills, v 50, p 260, March 1917 
odel in realism, v 30, p 91, Nov 1916 

Religious heritage among the negroes, v 29, p 62, Nov 
1915 

War and its aftermath, v 30, p 12, Oct 1916 
Sheppard, W. G. 

America's greatest mission, v 26, p 6, Oct 1^12 

Call of th- twentieth century; poem, v 23, p 287, April 
1910 

SkSvfcsr jet 



Sheppard, W. G-. -continued 

Honor at stake, v 25, p 191, Jan-Feb 1912; v 25, p 249, 
March 1912; v 25, p 300, April 1912; v 25, p 360, Hay 1912 

Promoter of my career, v 27, p 364, May 1914 

Sonnet to spring; poem, v 23, p 2455, March 1910 

To the mocking oird; poem, v 25, p 70, Nov 1911 
Sherrod, Ella 

V/ay down south, v 35, p 12, Nov 1922 
3. iinn, J. F. 

Discovery of gold in North Carolina, v 8, p 335, May 1893 

Silent south, v 5, p 355, June 1892 
Shinn, J. H. 

Comedy oi' errors, v 33, p 6, March 1921 

Dope shop: a reality v 3 ; . , o 119, Nov 1919 

Sale, v 32, p 5, Oct 1919 
Shinn, T. S- 

Red house, v 39, p 27, Dec 1926 
Shiokawa, Richard K. 

My English, v 35, o 35, May 1923 
Sidbury, K. C 

Conflict of professions, v 18, p 190, ^an 1904 

Tommy Henderson, v 18, p 93, Nov 1904 
Siler, B. H. 

Despair; poem, v 28, p 96, Nov 1914 
Silvay, Cnalliss 

Song for a slignt voice; poem, v 39, p 27, Oct 1926 
Simmons, Hon. F. M. 

Hon. F. M. Simmons, by L- T. Hartsell. v 7, p 25, April- 
May 1894 

Hon. F. M. Simmons, by D- D. Peele. v 14, p 215, Jan 1901 
Singletary, Martha 

Autumn; poem, v 43, p 3, Nov 1930 

Doggerel; poem, v 43, p 22, Fete 1931 
Slt.de, Gen. Jeremiah 

Journal of a trip to Tennessee, v 19, p 171, Feb 1906 
Sledd, Benjamin 

North Carolina poet, by W. P. Few. v 13, p 44, Oct 1899 
Sme.ll, John H. Jr. 

Evening heights; poem, v 33, p 17, Feb 1921 

Every man not to his own ta.ste. v 34, p 39, Oct 1921 

Harlequin mascuerade. v 34, p 311, March 1922 

Jealousy; poem, v 34, p 127, Nov 1921 

Lightly tripped a lass; poem, v 34, p 395, April 1922 

Le printemps de mon coeur; poem, v 34, p 20, Oct 1921 

Souvenir; poem, v 34, p 462, May 1922 

Thanksgiving, 1921; poem, v 34, p 105, Nov 1921 

Who was right? v 28, p 152, Dec 1914 
Smith, Annie T. 

Evaluation of modern work in heredity, v 31, p 136, 
Dec 1917 
Smith, C. H. 

Our excess intellect, v 42, p 9, Nov 1929 

Senior's lament; poem, v 35, p 22, May 1S23 



Smith, G. H. 

Review of young's American Cotton Industry, v 17, p 55, Nov 
1903 

Story of a story, v 17, p 210, Jan 1904 

University student of the Middle Ages, v 17, p 125, 
Dec 1903 
Smith, Mary Loomis 

As you like it. v 24, p 284, April 1911 

Autumn idyl; ^oem. v 24, p 10, Oct 1910 

By the light of the Christmas fire, v 23, o 131, Dec 1909 

Echo from the past, v 22, p 342, May- June 1909 

In the rose garden, v 23, p 225, March 1910 

Leap year? Yas'm; poem, v 23, p 74, Nov 1909 

Reverie; poem, v 23, p 13, Oct 1909 

Spirit of autumn; poem, v 22, p 79, Nov 1908 
Smith, Lizzie Mae 

Co-education at home and abroad, v 27, p 233, March 1914 
Smith, Lothar 

Secrets among women, v 24, p 217, Feb 1911 
"jmith, Raymond A. 

Lady fingers at Riverside Inn. v 31, p 200, Feb 1918 
Smith, R. A. 

Narrative of war-time Pails, v 32, p 75, Nov 1919 
Smith, Willis 

James Robert Bent tiathaway — a gleaner in North "Carolina 
History, v 21, p 180, Feb 1908 
Smith, W. W. 

W\uo are the eight thousand? v 16, p 209, Jan 1903 
Smithdeal, E. 0. 

Edgewood Hall, v 14, p 122, Dec 1900; v 14, p 187, Jan 
1901 

Mother's lamp; o-jem. v 12, p 344, Feb 1899 

Poetry oi William Watson, v 15, p 257, Jan 1902 
Smoot, T. A- and J. H. Fitzgerald 

Causes of the fall of Rome, v 6, o 232, March 1893 
Soloman, Jerry 

Malady; verse, v 38, p 13, Oct 1925 
Sonnet 

To Florence, by Sophie Moore, v 14, p 452, May 1907 
Sophos 

Sophomore oration, v 3, p 25, Nov 1889 
South Atlantic Quarterly 

South Atlantic Quarterly, by David X. Jackson, v 44, 
p 19, March 1932 
Southern Students' Conference at Knoxville 

Southern Students' Conference at Knoxville, by B. R. B. 
v 9, p 38, Oct 1895 

Southern Students' Conference, by J. C Wooten. v 11, 
p 40, Oct 1897 

Southern Students' Conference, By W. N. Parker, v 12, 
p 13, Oct 189 
Southgate, James Haywoo*: 



Southgate, James n aywood -continued 
James n aywood Southgate: a tribute, by Frank C. Brown, 
v 30, p 50, Nov 1916 

Spanish American War 
Spanish American war, by D. H. Littlejohn. v 12, o 256, 
Jan 1899 

Sparger, S. W. 
Coleridge and opium eating, v 9, p 67, Nov 1895 
Examinations, v 9, p 229, Jan 1896 
Favoritism, v 9, p 229, Feb 1896 
Tneodore B. Kingsbury, v 9, p 325, March 1896 
Water and tubs, v 9, p 297, Feb 1896 
What we need- (.a gymnasium), v 9, p 97, Nov 1695 

Spence, Eulalie 
Episode; play, v 40, p 3, April 1928 

Spence, H. E- 
As one perfect wnole; poem, v 19, p 31, Oct 1905 
Be brave tonight; poem v 51, p 96, Nov 1917 
Christmas prayer; poem, v 19, p 138, Dec 1905 
Christmas-tide, v 20, p 144. Dec 1906 
Columbia Literary Society, v 26, p 64, Nov 1912 
Country life; poem, v 22, p 128, Dec 1908 
Edelweiss; poem, v 18, p 236, March 1905 
Failure?poem. v 21 p 17, Oct 1907 
Forty weeks ago; poem, v 18, p 80, Nov 1904 
Four bachelors, v 18, p 146, Dec 1904 
Freshman's heaven; poem, v S3, p 194, Feb 1910 
Heart's song; ooem. v 25, o 247, March 1912 
Heaven or hell; poem, v 22*, p 188, Feb 1909 
In memory of Wm. 3ostic Lilly; poem, v 21, p 254, Feb 1908 
Just to be loved by you; poem, v 25, p 123, Dec 1911 
Miserere domine; poem, v 22, p 106, Dec 1908 
Old time valentine; pcem. v 51, p 199, Feb 1918 
Paradise; verse, v 27, p 296, April 1914 
Perfect day; poem, v 20, p 37, Oct 1906 
Since Remus gon'; poem, v 22, p 9, Oct 1908 
Song that lived; poem, v 22, p 57, Nov 1908 
Sorrow-like foam; ooem. v 22," p 176, Feb 1909 
Surmise and reality; poem, v 25, p 236, March 1912 
Swift's influence on literature, v 21 p 267, April 1908 
To Edmund Clarence Stedman; poem, v 21, p 541, May 1908 
To Emma; poem, v 19, p 301, April 1906 
Two points of view; poem, v 18, o 92, Nov 1904 
Varaoire; poem, v 23, p 61, Nov 190S 
What matter?; poem, v 20, p 60, Nov 1906 

en night comes on; poem, v 25, p 106, Dec 1911 
Where Ariel hid; poem, v 22, p 337, May- June 1909 

Spencer, James B. 
Forty six candles for H. L. M. v 39, p 3, Oct 1926 
Signed cy Mr. Cabell, v 40, p 8, Oct 1927 

Sprinkle, H. C 
Age old college question; poem, v 35, p 26, April 1923 



Sprinkle, H. C. -continued 

Flunked, v 35, p 29, Oct 1922 
Stait, Virginia 

Beads; poem, v 40, p 3, Dec 1927 

Betrayal; poem, v 41, p 10, Oct 1928 

Church spire in half light; poem, v 41, o 6, April 1929 

Ghosts; poem, v 39, p 27, Jan-Feb 1927 

In india ink. v 41, p 3, Nov 19^8 

In india ink — no defense, v 42, p 5, April 1930 

In india ink — the wild dogs, v 43, p 5, Oct 1930 

In india ink — interdict, v 44, p 5, Nov 1931 
.oney. v 42, p 3, Dec 1929 

My coat of arms; poem, v 41, p 6, Feb 1929 

My faith— and unfaith. v 42, p 5, Oct 1929 

Tempus edax rerum. v 40, o 7, Oct 1927 

Time; poem, v 42, o 13, Feb 1930 

V.'oman — grown; poem, v 38, p 26, June 1926 
Stallings Helen Poteat 

Birthday; sonnet, v 40, p 2, Oct 1927 

Northern afternoon; poem, v 44, p 9, Feb 1932 

October moon-madness; ooem. v 40, p 12, Oct 1927 

Souvenir; poem, v 40, p 10, Fee 1928 

Via Santa Fe; noem. v 41, p 14, Dec 1923 
Stsjney, P.. A. _ 

ild noises i have known, v 28, p 53, Oct 1914 
St anbury, W. A. 

Everyman: a morality play, v 20, p 81, Nov 1906 

Legend of the Ino.ian folk v 19, p 65, Nov 1905 

Rambling story of a rambling life, v 20, p 215, March 1^07 
etrospect; poem, v 13, p 448, June 1905 

Story of a young Virginian, v 21, p 113, Dec 1907 
Starr, Lelah 

Oxford as revealed through Matthew Arnold, v 21, o 238, 
Feb 1908 

Shake so €are ' s Christinas, v 20, o 128, Dec 1906 
S teaman, W. W*. 

Government of North Carolina, v 21, pi, Oct 1907 
Stephens, Erwin D. 

Spring; poem, v 35, p 11, April 1923 
Stepnens, Stephen J. 

akening; ooem. v 19, p 6, Oct 1905 

Naida. v 19, p 343, May 1906 

Salvation of Edward Thurman. v 19, p 279, April 1906 
. t God hath joined, v 19, p 55, Nov 1905 
Stephenson, lj ellie 

agazines of North Carolina, v 18, p 82, Nov 1904 
Stewart, Lillian Bridges 

Cross-section of life, v 39, p 5, Nov 1928 

Lillian Bridges Stewart, by Mary il'Cullen. v 21, p 34, 
Oct 1907 
Stewart, P. 

Col. J. S. Carr 



Stewart, Plummer -continued. 

Col. J. S- Carr. v 7, pi, Feb 1894 

How should we treat our criminals? v 7, p 11, Dec 1893 

Some ante bellum phases of southern life, v 7, p 19, 
April -^ay 1894 
Stewart, S. A. 

Almanacs, v 11 , o 414, April 1898 

Court system in North Carolina cefore the revolution, v 12, 
p 018, May 1899 

Literature essential to individual and race perfection, v 
13, p 488, Hay 190 3 

Third International Convention of the Student Volunteer 
Movement, v 11 , p 334, March 1898 
Stockard, Henry Jerome 

Henry Jerome Stockard, by h. B- Craven, v 9, p 353, March 
1896 
Stokes, Dillard 

Fadings; poem, v 38, pl2, April 1926 

Lintels; poem, v 41, o 17, March 1929 
"oss; poem, v 42, p 10, Oct 1929 

Ratio; poem, v 40, p 15. Feb 1928 

Urns; poem, v 41, p 14, Oct 1928 

Unsolled; poem, v 40, p 11, Dec 1927. 
Stone, Luella 

Guinevere at Astolat; sonnet, v 40, p 16, April 1928 

oong in memory of Sappho; poem, v 42, p 34, Dec 1929 
Stone, V'eldon 

Home; play, v 40, p 3, May 1938 
Student 

Human nature revealed at college, v 8, p 20, Fee 1895 
Student expression 

Stu ent expression, by I. E. Avery, v 6, p 343, May 1093 
Student government. 

Student government, by I. E- Avery, v 6, p 247, March 
1893 

Stuoent government, by L. T. Hardsell, v 7, p 13, Oct 
1893 
Stucents ' rights 

Students' rights; editorial, by L. S. --assey and R. S. 
Durham, v 4, p 61, Jan 1891 
Summers, C E 

Blue basin, v 34, o 205, Dec 1921 
Surratt, '.7. T. 

How they said goodnight, v 25, p 287, April 1912 

Lines to — ; poem, v 25, p 25, Oct 1911 
Swain, Hall 

G-rove of Sycamores; ooem. v 40, p 22, Nov 1927 

I have not built a scarf old; poem, v 40, p 16, Jan 1938 

Sonnet, v 40, p 12, Nov 1927 
Swain, Virginia 

Art in China, v 39, p 2 May 1927 



Swart z, Poberta 
Hawtnorne tree; poem, v 58, p 8, Dec 1935 
To be a cricket; poem, v 38, p 14, Nov 1925 
S • i / • E - 

"ooker T. Washington, v 16, p 137, Dec 1902 
S. W. H. 

To Eslole; poem, v 19, p 224, March 1906 
Swift 

Swift's influence on literature, by H E. Spence. v 21, 
p 267, April 1908 

Verse of Jonathan Swift, by Rocert A. Lav/, v 15, p 192, 
Dec 1901 
Swinburne 

Swinburne, by C- !.I. Hutehings. v ido , p 235, March. 1910 
Swindell, F. D. 

How Payton won. v 15, p 335, Feb 1902 

Last cruise of the Convoy, v 14, p 65, ;:ov 19 

Refugee of Lone Beach, v 16, p 319, April 1903 

Snap dragon, v 14, p 270, F" eb 1901 

Baritone or tenor, v 16, p*229, Feb 1903 
Sylvester, James Joseph 

James Joseph Sylvester, by Anon, v 9, p 93, Nov 1895 
T 

Bondeau; ,>oem. v 37, p 14, Oct 1924 
T. A. 

Moth and the cricket; poem, v 33, p 35, May 1921 
Tabb, John B. 

Poetry of John B Tabb, by J. N. Aiken, v 23, p 288, April 
1910 
Tapp, Trma L. 

Athena. Literary Society, v 26, p 70, Nov 1912 

Hal's good lortune. v 26, p 180, Dec 1912 

That alters the case, v 26, p 246, Feb-] larch 1913 
Tapscott 

Ode to the Columbian badge; verse, v 27, p 37, Oct 1913 
Taylor, Edna 

John Wesley II. v 27, p 181, Feb 1914 
Taylor, H. F. 

Football movement, v 27, p 357, May 1914 

Three months after, v 26, p 188, Dec 1912 
Taylor, Henry P. 

Open sea; poem, v 24, p 322, April 1911 
Taylor, Hoy 

Coal of society, v 19, p 292, April 1906 
Taylor, Wesley 

All for sake or a gubernatorial gamble, v 32, p 316, 
April-May 1920 

Daughter Earle's ticklish tangle, v 

Great kleptic achievement or the remarkable statement of 
Addison Cratobe. v 32, p 64, IIov 1919; v 32, p 133, Jan 

1920 
ethodicaA language of the scientist, v 31, p 83, IIov 1917 

Vineta; poem, v 31, p 359, April 1918 



Temple ton, J. H. Jr. 

Some biological considerations of general interest, v 20, 
p 257, April 1907 
Tennyson 

Tennyson's ideas of immortality, by K- P. Carpenter, v 8, 
p 10, April 1895 

Tennyson's view of women, by Ciiarles C- Weaver, v 8, pi, 
March 1895 
T. G. 

March issue, v 17, p 319, March 1904 
Theflunlcer, I. R. 

Flunked; poem, v 34, p 352, March 1922 
Thomas, E- G. 

What place has the college newspaper? v 44, p 21, May 1932 
Thomas , ^ary Reamey 

John Ruskin, the social reformer, v 19, o 45, Nov 1905; 
v 19, p 142, Dec 1905; v 19, p 191, Jan 1906 
Thompson, Ernses Seton 

Ernest Seton Thompson, by W. W. Peele. v 16, p 233, Feb 
1903 
Thomoson, F. F. 

Courting Quality, v 27, p 308, April 1914 
Thompson, Rev. J. Ed. 

Trinity a Methodist center, v 2, p 167, June 1889 
Thompson, Jacob 

Life and cnaracter of Jacob Thompson, by J. F. Bivins. 
v 11, p 149, Dec 1897 
Tnorpe, David H. 

Tie your camel, v 41, p 8, Jan 1929 
Tillett, Laura 

Two great love poets, v 26, o 236, Feb-March 1913 
Tillett, Nettie Sue 

In the Arcadian region of English ooetry. v 26, p 328, 
May 1913 

Only unromantic girl, v 25, p 335, May 1912 

Passing of the old. v 25, o 175, Jan-Feb 1912 

Play, v 26, p 14, Oct 1912 

Ye old time Christmas, v 25, p 97, Dec 1911 
Tiro, Rufus 

Christmas cell; poem, v 13, p 256, Jan 1900 

John Abbot, v 13, p 413, April 1900 
Tollman 

Call of the waters, v 20, p 264, April 1907 
Tolstoi 

Tolstoi, by C L- Hornaday. v 15, p 233, Jan 1902 
Townshend, James A. 

Esthetes; poem, v 43, p 18, Nov 1930 
Trent, Lucia 

Boarding house spinsters; poem, v 40, p 18 May 1928 

Bondage; poem, v 39, p 26, Nov 1926 

Countyy woman; poem, v 40, p 3, :.iarch 1928 



Trent, Lucia -continued 
Grey aftermath; poem, v 38, p 17 April 1926 
Unrevealed; ooem. v 38, p 10, April 1926 
Victorian set; poem, v 41, p 10, Oct 1928 

Lthin the world that we have made; ooem. v 39, o 26, Nov 

1926 
Trinity 

Dramatics at Trinity, by Aura Kolton. v 35, p 24, .March 1923 
i Growth of Trinity, by R. H. Sheltqn. v 30, p 27, Oct 1916 

istorical Society, by F. Armfield. v 5, p 267, June 1892 
History of the Historical Society of Trinity Colleg?, by 

R. L Flowers, v 15, p 363, March 1902 
How Trinity students help themselves, by Milton R. Pleas- 
ants, v 27, o 108, Dec 1913 
Libert Trinity, by W. P. Budd. b 17, p 175, Deo 1903 
Mission of Trinity College, by Pres. J. C Kilgo. v 15, 

p 126, Nov 1901 
Opening of the Trinity gymnasium, by Rubricaput. v 12, 

p 491, April 1899 

ennaissance: a plea for the Trinity College library, by 

Stephen B. Weeks, v 5, p 181, Feb 1392 
Spirit of fellowship at Trinity College, by YM K. Carr. 

v 28, p 36, Oct. 1914 
Trinity a Methodist center, by Rev J. Ed. Thompson, v 2, 

p 167, June 1889 
Trinity advances, by J. A. Sharp, v 11, p 44, Oct 1897 
Trinity Chronicle, by editor, v 19, p 201, Fe:: 1906 
Trinity College, by anonymous, v 1, p 147, June 1888 
Trinity College, by John F. Crowell. v 4, Supplement, 

Dec 1890 
^-Trinity College: a general sketch, by Prof. Edwin Minis. 

v 15, p 98, Nov 1901 
Trinity Colle e e--the dedication, by anonymous, v 6, o 82, 

Nov 1892 
Trinity College — education for women, by LI. Troy Dickin- 
son, v 10, p 205, Je.n 1897 
Trinity College— what does it stand for? Anonymous, v 5, 

P 86, Nov 1891 
Trinity College and her oresent opportunity, by W. P. Few . 

v 15, p 111, Nov 1901 
Trinity College Glee Club. Anonymous, v 16, p 428, JJi ay 

1903 
Trinity College istorical Society. Anonymous, v 17, 

Album, June 1934 
Trinity College in war times, by Wm. T. Gannaway. v 6, 
v p 324, May 1893 
Trinity College Library, by Prof. J. S. Bassett. v 16, 

p 273, March 1903 
^Trinity College Library, by J. B. Breedlove. v 29, p 114, 

Dec 1915 
Trinity College semi-centennial, by M. A. Briggs. v 22, 

p 400, May- June 1909 



Trinity College -continued 

Trinity gets a gymnasium, by D. W. Newsom. v 12, p 482, 
April 1899 
Troy, Llelville Preston 

Creeds; poem, v 10, p 241, Feb 1897 

Names that never die; poem, v 10, p 87, Nov 1896 

Trinity; poem, v 10, p 504, March 1897 
Trueblood, Paul Graham 

Mondsuchtig; poem, v 41, p 13, Jan 1929 
Tuck, Natalie Hughes 

Autumn ecnoes; poem, v 25, p 90, Nov 1911 

Chris'mus en myah bones; poem, v 25, p 150, Dec 1911 

Voice of the night; poem- v 25, p 190, Jan-Feb 1912 
Tuns tall, Virginia Lyne 

Over one dying; poem, v 38, p 19, April 1926 

To your heart; poem, v 38, p 7, April 1926 
Turvey, Too C 

Bluff, v 25, p 112, Deo 1911 

Booting, v 25, p 80, Nov 1911 

College slang, v 26, p 202, Dec 1912 

Facial Expression, v 26, p 158, Nov 193)2 

Lying, v 25, p 295, April 1912 

Philosophy and its problems, v 26, p 308, April 1913 

Sawing off. v 25, p 357, uay 1912 
Trent, Lucia 

Flight of the poets, v 41, o 7, Nov 1928 
Trip 

History in the nineteenth century, v 2, p 63, Jan 1889 
Troy, II. P. 

Fonetic reform, v 10, p 237, Feb 1897 
Turner, Charles E. 

Address in behalf of the alumni of Trinity College, v 8, 
o 33, Oct 1894 

Enthusiasm, v 6, o 237, March 1893 

Knowledge, v 6, p 93, Dec 1892 

Life and progress, v 7, p 16, Nov 1893 

Some cenefits to Be derived from the Columbian exposi- 
tion, v 5, p 260, April 1892 
Turner, ^arlod 

Inequality of wealth in the states and the causes of the 
same, v 9, p 155, Dec 1895 
Turner, Josiah 

Josiah Turner, by Walter Lockhart. v 15, p 521, --ay 1902 
Turrentine, S. B. Jr. 

Easter, v 23, p 253, March 1910 

Quarter's worth o' learnin' v 23, p 294, April 1910 
Turrentine, Walter William 

Cut and dried education, v 35, p 14, April 1923 
Tuttle, Ella W. 

Bringing out of Marguerite, v 50, p 195, Feb 1917 

Compromise, v 30, p 144, Dec 1916 

In German der Narr. v 28, p 290, April 1915 



Tuttle, Ella Worth -continued 

Tv/o kinds of education, v 29, p 120, Dec 1915 
Tuttle, F. B. 

Fugitives from Eden, v 38, p 17, Feb-March 1920 

Sungold. v 39, p 6, Oct 1926 
Tuttle, M. Emeth 

After the battle — a war time sketch, v 19, o 111, Dec 
1905 

History of '06. v 19, p 259, June 1906 
Tuttle, R. G-. 

Hand of God in history, v 7, p 7, Oct 1893 

On an acauaintance of short duration; poem, v 10, p 183, 
Jan 1897 

Sir V/alter Scott and Scotland, v 7, p 1, April-May 
1894 
Twaddell 

Concerning Cain; poem, v 37, p 117, Dec 1924 
Twaddell, W. Freeman 

Decay of minor vices, v 38, p 5, Feb-March 1926 

Exhortation to virtue; poem, v 37, p 163, Jan 1925 

It's own reward; poem, v 38, p 7, Nov 1925 

Logic of fundamentalism, v 38, p 5, Dec 1925 

Reassurance; poem, v 37, p 270, March 1925 

Satan's wedding bells, v 38, p 21, Oct 1925 

Sonnet, v 39, p 15, April 1927 

Unsatisfactory lover's complaint; p©em. v 37, o 166, 
Jan 1925 
Umstead, Kate Goodman 

Confederate text-books oublisiied in North Carolina, v 31, 
p 277, Marcn 1918 

Eros, god of love; poem, v 30, p 329, May 1917 
Umstead, W. L. 

March winds; poem, v 25, p 341, May 1912 
Underwood, B. B. 

By the help of A. and W. v 18, p 237, March 1905 

Eternal why; poem, v 18, p 44, Oct 1904 

From out the shadow, v 18, p 208, Jan 1905 

Is college spirit declining? v 16, p 402, May 1903 

Joseph Francis Bivins. v 18, pi, Oct 1904 

National spirit in Lowell's ooems. v 18, p 322, April 
1905 

On the Asheville plateau in March and June, v 18, p 331, 
April l r . 05 

President Roosevelt visits Durham, v 19, p 91, Nov 1905 

Thou giv'st me faith; poem, v 18, p 393, May 1905 

To have loved and lost, v 17, o 458, June 1904 
Underwood, W. A. Jr. 

Greaser, v 37, p 207, Feb 1925 
Up church, Maude 

Ferryman's Christmas, v 25, p 117, Dec 1911 



u. v. w. 

Humour of tiae class-room, v 10, p 401, Hay 1897 
Van Dyke 

Poems of Dr. Van Dyke, by Inez D. Angler, v 16, p 186, 
Jan 1903 
Van Orten, Philip 

I like my tea in thin cups; poem, v 39, p 25, Nov 1926 
Van Twiller 

Chivalry, v 20, p 228, March 1907 
Vance, David, and Robert Henry 

King's Mountain expedition, v 11, o 361, April 1898; 
v 11, p 441, Hay 1398 
Vann, Edmund 

Lingo; poem, v 20, p 80, Nov 1906 
Vann, Frances E. 

Christmas, v 28, p 119, Dec 1914 
Vaughan, Dr. H. H. 

Two days in Siena, v 23, p 55, Nov 1909 

Henry Vaughn, by Lillian E. Bridges, v 16, p 315, Aoril 
1903 
Veller, R. E. 

Old "Uig". v 9, p 149, Dec 1895 
Vickers, T. G. 

Grillparzer'o Traum, Sin Leben. v 22 ; p 237, -March 1909 
Vinal , Harold 

This spinning eartn; poem, v 38, p 21, April 1926 

Two poems, v 38, p 3, June 1926 
Vise, James K. 

Double crusade, v 33, o 35, Aoril 1921 
V. L. S. 

In iionor of Professor Kornady; poem, v 34, p 506, Hay 1922 

To endangered careers; poem, v 34, p 269, Jan-Feb 1922 

Voice of the heart; ooem. v 34, p 319, March 1922 
7/ 

Case of Peter Blair, v 19, p 23, Oct 1905 

Christmas in Germany, v 20, p 103, Dec 1906 

Lord Leignton and his paintings, v 9, p 411, April 1896 

Two episodes in the life of John Synnott. v 19, p 73, 
Nov 1905 

Weariness; poem, v 24, o 16, Oct 1910 
Wade, 0. M. 

College days, v 2, p 174, June 1889 
Wagg, T. E. Jr. 

Porous, v 39, p 10, March 1927 

Sea. in soring; poem, v 39, p 15, March 1927 

That smell, v 37, p 221, Feb 1925 
Waggoner, T- R. 

Imoressionistic pastels- v 34, p 473, May 1922 

Locket, v 33, p 4, Oct-Nov 1920 

Spirits, v 34, p 30, Oct 1921 
Waldon, Cyril W. 

His answer at the bar. v 15, o 7, Oct 1901 



Walker, Elizabeth 

Canine intervention, v 33, p 6, May 1921 

What the goddess said, v 33, p lb, May 1931 
Walker, Robert A- Jr. 

Mysterious woman: a ghost story, v 31, p 219, Feb 1918 
llace, Jack Whitlock 

Analysis, v 29, p 5, Oct 1915 

Business proposition, v 27, p 352, May 1914 

Comedy illustrating this and that, v 27, p 320, April 
1914 

Man in black, v 29, p 212, March 1916 

Noblesse oblige, v 30, p c66, M ay 1917 

Other man. v 28, o 277, April 1915 

Ramble, v 28, p 109, Nov 1914 

Strange case, v 28, o 254, March 1915 

Tainted blood, v 27, p 162, Feb 1914 

Vagaries, v 29, p 57, Nov 1915 

Without escort, v 29, p 327, May 1916 
Walters, Lloyd S. 

Innkeeper's daughter, v 17, p 78, Nov 1903 

Rival captains v 17, p 263, Feb 1904 
Wannamaker, Olin 

Baby and the breezes; poem, v 22, p 243, March 1909 

Immortality; poem, v 22, p 265, April 1909 

Sea waves; poem, v 22, p 227, March 1909 
Wannamaker, Wrn. H. 

Chaucer and Kipling, v 14, p 453, May 1901 

Spectator, v 14, p 231, Feb 1901 
Ward, Julius 

Lines; poem, v 16, p 185, Jan 1903 
7/are, R. D. 

National policy resoonsible to the popular will, v 35, 
p 19, Jan 1923 
Warlick, S. 

Coed has arrived, v 40, p 9, Jan 1928 

Fog. v 39, p 3, June 1927 

Three county corner, v 39, p 14, Dec 1926 
Warren, C. S. 

Classics: their olace in our curriculum, v 23, p 271, 
April 1910 
V/arren, Jule B. 

Autobiography of a suicide, v 21 , p 327, May 19 08 

Colonel-- a character study, v 20, p 273, April 1907 

Mr. Joe King, Paragrapher. v 20, p 201, March 1907 

John Charles McNeill, v 21, p 45, Nov 1907 
Washington and aeronautics, by Arcnicald Henderson, v 44, 

p 5, May 1932 
Washington, Booker T. 

Booker T. Washington, by S. W. E. v 16, p 137, Dec 1902 
Watson, Wm. 

Wrn. Watson, by Matilda Michaels, v 23, p 250, March 1910 



Watson, Wm. -continued 

Contemporary English poet--Wm. Watson, by D. S. Murph. 
v 16, p 73, Nov 1902 

Poetry of Wm. V/atson, by E. 0. Smithdeal. v 15, p 357, 
Jan 1902 
W. C M. 

Thoughts or parting; poem, v 33, p 44, Oct-Hov 1920 
Weaver, Cnarles C 

Amusements, v 10, p 1261c Dec 1896 

Greensboro Female College before the war. v 10, p 55, 
Nov 1896 

::orth Carolina Manumission Society, v 10, p 12. Oct 1396 

Tennyson's view of women, v 8, pi, March 1895 
Webb, A. i.i. 

Spain of today, v 22, p 3, Oct 1908 
•"ebb, E. W. 

Passing of the Bacon-Snakespeare controversy, v 14, r> 177, 
Jan 1901 

Sacrifice of a brother, v 14, p 358, April 1901. 
Webb, -i chard 

Cnoir invisible, v 11, p 237, Jan 1398 

Experiences of ■ revenue officer, v 12, p 445, April 
1899; v 12, p 542, nay 1899 

In the hospital, v 12, p 346, Feb 1899 

Sterne's "Tristram Shandy", v 15, p 163, Dec 1901 
Weber, John L. 

Function of the press, v 7, pi, Jan 1894 
Webster, Louise 

Envy; poem, v 38, p 4, June 1926 

Hoon and wind; poem, v 38, p 11, June 1926 
Weeks, Stephen B. 

Clement n all, the first native North Carolina author, 
and Thomas Godfrey, the first American dramatist, v 6, 
p 330, May 1893 

First libraries in North Carolina, v 5, p 10, Oct 1891 

George Durant not a Quaker, v 6, p 197, Feb 1893 

Renaissance: a plea for the -"-rinity College library, v 5, 
p 181, Feb 1892 

Some notes of the early history of trie Quakers in North 
Carolina, v 6, p 145, Jan 1893 
Weimar, August 

Chair of Philosophy, v 39, p 19, Oct 1926 
Welcn, Edwin R. 

Holy Grail, v 12, p 167, Dec 1898 

To Trinity; noem. v 20, o 343, May 1907 

Twice found, v 11, p 125, Dec 1897 
Wellwood, Jack R. 

Field day. v 44, p 21, Dec 1931 
Wescott, Mary 

Adventuring; verse, v 33, p 62, Oct-Nov 1920 

After the storm; verse, v 27, p 345, May 1914 

Battle line; ooem. v 31, p 329, March 1918 



Westcott, Mary -continued 

Castle of youth; poem, v 24, p 68, Nov 1910 

Cloud pictures; verse, v 26, p 88, Nov 1912 
onauerors; poem, v 25, p 286, April 1912 

Derelict ship; verse, v 27, p 10, Oct 1913 

Dream of the sea; poem, v 25, p 45, Nov 1911 

Ein Fichtenbaum Stent Einsam; poem, v 25, p 224, March 1912 

Fugitive; poem, v 32, p 307, March 1920 

Harbor eciioes; verse, v 26, p 233, Feb-March 1913 

I'm tired of the city; poem, v 24, p 135, Dec 1910 

Imaginings; verse, v 32, p 253, March 1920 

It's spring again in Arcady; verse, v 32, p 314, April-May 
1920 

Lights of Currituck Bar; verse, v 27, p 189, Feb 1914 

Longing; poem, v 24, o 15, Oct 1910 

Memories; verse, v 26, p 13, Oct 1912 

Missing note, v 25, p 76, Nov 1911 

Mort oour la France; poem, v 33, p 26, May 1921 

New year; poem- v 24, p 63, Feb 1911 

Night music; poem, v 24, p 51, Oct IrilO 

On the mountain top; poem, v 37, p 209, Feb 1925 

Password; poem, v 31, p 315, March 1918 

Port of lost ships; poem, v 24, p 335, May 1911 

Remembering; poem, v 34, p 328, March 1922 

Reverie; verse, v 26, p 296, April 1913 

Robbers; poem, v 25, p 167, Jan-Feb 1912 

Rose of all the world, v 27, p 20, Oct 1913 

r.over; poem, v 25, p 9, Oct 1911 

Sea-foam fairies; verse, v 27, p 63, Nov 1913 

Sea moods; poem, v 24, p 254, March 1911 

Summons; poem, v 34, p 310, March 1922 

Three ships a-sailing; poem, v 25, p 346, May 1912 

Twilight pictures; verse, v 26, p 249, Feb-March 1913 

Wrecks; verse, v 26, p 347, --ay 1913 
West, Claude 

Lyceum system in New England, v 22, p 196, Feb 1909 

Mr. Crewe's career, v 22, p 80, Nov 1908 

Social changes one to North Carolina's transition, v 23, 
p 75, Nov 1909 
West, Norman Martin 

National seclusion vs international co-operation, v 33 ; t> 14, 
Dec 1920 

Return of football, v 32, p 33, Oct 1919 
West, Walter B. 

Christmas, v 23, p 154, Dec 1909 

Famous Saturday Club, v 22, p 121, Dec 1908 
Westler, Albert 

Half hour, v 43, p 8, May 1951 

Professor Coller's room, v 43, p 11, April 1931 
Weston 

Parody; poem, v 18, p 265, March 1905 



Weston -continued 
To Emerson; ooera. v 18, p 251, Harcii 1905 

' . F. G. 
1 obert Burns, v 6, o 275, April 1893 

W. H. A. 
Christmas carol; ooem. v 11, p 158, Dec 1897 
Imoression; poem, v 11, o 193, Jan 1898 

White, L. G. 
Gentleman of the Old Dominion, v 21, p 73, l T ov 1907 

White, L. Gehrmann 
Town loafer, v 19, p 225, I larch 1906 
Unforseen deliverance, v 20, o 119, Dec 1906 

White, 1.1. A. 
Snowstorm, v 22, p 293, April 1909 

White, Margie 
Kow to b e hapoy th ough. at college, v 32, p 278, March 
1920 

White, N. I. 
Alumni poem, v 28, p 169, Dec 1914 
At a way-station; poem, v 24, o 74, Nov 1910 
Ballade of signs; verse, v 27," p 287, April 1914 
Barabbas to his lieutenant; ncera. v 44, p 8, Oct 1931 
Birthdays; verse, v 27, p 258, March 1914 
Blue eyes; poem, v 26, p 149, Dec 1912 
Catullus V; poem, v 26, o 22, Oct 1912 
Catullus VI; ooem. v 26, p 122, V:ov 1912 
Catullus XXXI; verse, v 27, p 51, Nov 1913 
Catullus and the Alexandrian scnool of literature, v 24, 

p 229, March 1911 
Clais returns; poem, v 38, o 3, Nov 1925 
Demagogue; poem, v 24, p 30, Oct 1910 
Distant song; verse, v 27, p 19, Oct 1913 
Dreamer; poem, v 24, p 3, Oct 1910 
Est rosa flos veneris; poem, v 25, p 533, May 1912 
Examination grades; verse, v 44, p 18, ^ • n 1932 
Fo&lish time; verse, v 32, p 211, Feb 1920 
Fox and the lion; verse- v 44, p 17, Jan 1932 
Illusionist; verse, v 25, p 269, April 1912 
In the grave-yard; poem, v 38, p 4, Feb-; larch 1926 
Inn's farewell; verse, v 26, p 321, Hay 1913 
Inn-tower speaks; verse, v 26, o 50, Oct 1912 
Insect philosophies; poem, v 25, p 61, Nov 1911 
JimKey's bonehead philosophy; poem, v 25, p 89, Nov 1911 
Minutes; poem, v 25, p 293, April 1912 
Nosce te-ipsum: a parable; poem, v 44, p 7, Oct 1951 
Scene shifts; poem, v 25, p 3, Oct 1911 
Shades; verse, v 26, p 3, Oct 1912 
Silent songs; poem, v 25, p 75, i'ov 1911 
Song of Trinity; poem, v 31, p 157, Dec 1917 
Sonnet; ooem. v 24, p 149, Dec 1910 
Sonnet; poem, v 38, p 14, Oct 1925 
Sons of Adam; poem, v 25, p 213, March 1912 



White, N. I. -continued 

Soring warning; poem, v 44, p 9, Feb 1932 

Time wreckage; poem, v 25, p 132, Dec 1911 

To ; poem- v 23, p 21, Oct 1909 

To a musician; poem, v 24, p 364, May 1911 

To Paul Lawrence Dunbar; ooem. v 24, p 301, April 1911 

Violet and I; poem, v 25, p 353, May 1912 

V/anderings; poem, v 25, p 19, Oct 1811 

We'll go no more to Beaufort town; verse, v 32, p 131, 
Jan 1920 

Will-d'-the-wiap; poem, v 25, p 181, Jan-Feb 1912 

Y.Mnds of aestiny; poem, v 24, p 302, April 1911 

Ye 'prentice turned alchemist, v 25, p 168, Jan-Feb 1912 
White, L. G. 

Silence; poem, v 20, p 67, Nov 1906 
Whitehead, Cren 

Fool at the door; poem, v 43, p 10, Dec 1930 

Miss French's medicine feag. v 43, p 11, May 1931 

Red-headed boy. v 43, p 5, Jan 1931 

Hinging the curtain on the "Little Theater", v 43, p 10, 
reh 1931 

Sad- eyes, v 43, p 9, Feb 1931 
W. K. W. 

Bull Run, the death blow to the Roman Empire, v 5, d 189, 
Feb 1892 

On th 'aust of Steohen Phillips and J. Comyns Carr. v 22, 
p 47, Nov 1909 
Wilkinson, Albert 
Inevitable; poem, v 37, p 262, "'larch 1925 

Uncle Booze, v 38 ; p 15, Dec 1925 
V.'illey, H. A. 

Lame tailor v 20, p £10, May 1907 

My library, v 20, p 318, May 1907 
Williamson, Elsie Louise 

Sonnet, v 42, p 13, April 1930 
Willie Y 

Charge of tne masked brigade; poem, v 18, p 117, Nov 
1904 
Willis, F. T. 

Committees of safety in North Carolina, v 12, p 409, 
March 1899 

Historic points of Cape Fear River, v 11, p 392, April 
1898 

Home owners in ;iorth Carolina as compared with other 
states, v 11, p 453, May 1898 
'Mil- You 3hake-Em-Up 

As they did it. v 17, p 103, Nov 1903 
Wilson, Edna 

Poet's license; poem, v 24, p 148, Dec 1910 
Wilson, Louis D. 

Louis D. Wilson, by F. C McDowell, v 7, p 7, April-May 
1894 



Winecoff , Anna Thompson 

V/nat )rice patriotism? v 43 , r> 4, Dec 1930 
Winecoff, Homer H. 

Sophomore; poem, v 30, p 308, May 1907 

inslfew, Joiin Cooper 

Devil's thirteen, v 21, p 342, May 1908 
Winstead, Opal 

Centurion; poem, v 40, p 4, Nov 1927 

Gray street; poem, v 40, p 14, Jan 1928 

Her world; poem, v 40, p 14, Dec 1927 

Unremembered moments; poem, v 40, p 16, Feb 1928 

Work song; poem, v 40, p 9, May 1928 
Wolfe, James J. 

On the educational value of the natural sciences, v 21, 
p 280, April 1908 
Woodward, J. L. 

Selflsn motives, v 7, p 10, Jan 1894 
Woollen, Frank David 

Emily Dickinson; poem, v 40, p 25, Dec 1927 

Poe; poem, v 40, p 25, Dec 1927 
Wooten, J. C. 

Negro life on a turpentine farm, v 11, p 194, Jan 1898 

Southern Students' Conference, v 11, o 40, Oct 1897 
Wooten, W. I. 

Historical element in Falstaff. v 28, p 238, March 1915 
Wordsworth 

"ature in Wordsworth, by F. C McDowell, v 8, p 6, Jan 
1895 

Wordsworth and nature, by F. S. Aldrige. v 9, p 83, 
Nov 1895 

Wordswortn and the French Revolution, by 0. v 4, p 19, 
Nov 1890 

Wordsworth's college life, by D. W. Newsom. v 12, p 338, 
Feb 1899 

Wordsworth's relation to the French Revolution, by Mabel 
Chadwick, v 12, p 63, Nov 1898 
Worth, Kathryn 

Poet; poem, v 38, p 5, April 1926 

White hunger; poem, v 38, p 3, Jan 1926 
W. P. A. 

Reading maketh a full a man. v 1, p 124, May 1888 
Wren, May 

Parody on Milton's "On His Blindness"; poem, v 18, p 388, 
May 1905 
Wrenn, J. S. 

Fanning' s escape, v 20, p 309, May 1907 
Wrenn, Lizzie T. 

Wm Vaughn Moody, v 35, p 270, April 1913 
Wrenn, May 

Easter observances, v 30, p 309, March 1907 

Old time Christmas story, v 31, p 95, Dec 1907 

Quaker bonnet, v 19, p 335, May 1906 



Wrenn, May -continued 

Romance of two lives, v 19, p 85, Nov 1905 
W. S- 

Leap year maid; poem, v 9, p 271, Feb 1396 
W. X. Y. 

Abram's conversation, v 13, p 470, May 1900 
Wyatt, Lucy Starr 

Changes; verse, v 26, p 245, Feb-March 1913 
Wyche, Pierce 

Prophecy of the class of 1908. v 21, p 358, June 1908 
V/ynn, J. P. 

Prospect of the American negro, v 26, p 85, Nov 1912 
X 

Autobioj£_ of a southerner since tne Civil War, by 
Nicholas Worth, v 20, p 49, Nov 1906 

"'oment of despair; poem, v 17, o 396, April 1904 
X Y' Ty 
BBarbarities of modern civilization and otherwise, v 4, o 74, 

Feb 1391 
X Y T Y 

Bosh, v 4, p 20, Nov 1890 

Few remarks, v 4, p 42, Dec 1890 

Nameless beast, v 4, p 88, March 1891 
X Y Z 

Ghastly hand, v 14, p 440, &ay 1901 

.-osuito; poem, v 19, p 101, -ov 1905 
X Y Z Ty 

Composite serial--Chap. Ill and IV. v 4, p 120, May 18 1 
Y 

Christmas v/ith Irting and Dickens, v 20, p 111, Dec 1906 
Yanagita, B. 

Influence of ihe English language oifi the civilization of 
Japan, v 20, p 225, ^arch 1907 
Yarbrough, E. S. 

Reward doubled v 14. p 81, Nov 1900 

Some tales about the Ku Klux of Harnett and Sampson 
counties, v 16, p 195, Jan 1903 
Yarrum, Trebor 

Conscience doth make cowards of us all. v 27, p 112, Dec 
1913 

Coward, v 27, p 288, April 1914 

Fate and pink oajamas. v 27, p 337, Hay 1914 

Lure of the spirit of soring, v 27, p 240, March 1914 

Scurvy trick of fate, v 27, p 11, Oct 1913; v 27, p 64, 
Nov 1913 

What's in a name? v 27, p 130, Dec 1913 
Yates, E. A. 

Dedicatory address, v 6, p 85, Dec 1892 

William J. Yates, by Zeb F. Curtis, v 10, p 285, March 1897 



York, Dr. Brankley 

Dr. Brantley York, by R. Z. Linney. v 6, p 39, Nov 1892 

Rev. Brantley York on early days in Randolph county and 
Union Institute, by Y/ra. K. Boyd, v 22, p 380, May- June 
1909 
Youth, A. 

Wasted hour, v 34, p 321, March 1922 
Zander 

Books to read, v 37, p 118, Dec 1924 
Zanski, Ivan 

Red opal v 33, p 38, Oct- ; :ov 1920 
Zi miner man, Kate 

Lament; poem, v 39, p 28, May 1927 

Lines; poem, v 39, p 32, May 1927 

Solus; poem, v 59, p 30, May 1927 



Appendix 



Drawings an6. Sketches 



Fuller, Ralph. 

Captian Laugh.ingh.ouse. v 38, p 10, Jan 1926 

Don Juan aux Enfers. v 38, p 2, Nov 1925 

Felix Catus. v 40, p 2, Feb 1928 

Gopher, v 40, p 2, Nov 192? 

Madrigal Triste. v 38, t» 2, Dec 1925 

Old inn. v 37, p 251, ::arch 1925 

Ortyx Virginians, v 40, p 2, Dec 1927 

Une maaone. v 38, p 2, Oct 1925 

De prof'undis clamair. v 38, p 2, Jan 1926 

~ose garden, v 38, p 2, April 1926 

Tristesse de la lune. v 38, p 2, May 1926 

Moses, Preston B. 

Dance at dawn, v 42, p 2, Oct 1929 
Fall, v 41, frontispiece, Oct 1928 
Villennes sur Seine, v 42, p 2, Nov 1929 

Rosenberg, Nelson 

Advance, v 41, p 2, Jan 1929 
Cacogenfcc drag, v 41, p 2, April 1929 
Evolution, v 41, p 2, Dec 1928 
God builders, v 41, o 2, Feb 1929 
Political Gulliver, v 41, r> 2, -.arch 1929 
Sculptor, v 41, p 2, Nov 1923 

Yonemura, Eiko 

Kawabe River scene, v 39, p 2, Oct 1926 



Pictures (People) 



Archive Staff, v 28, p 323, May 1915 

v 29, facing p 315, May 1916 
v 30, facing p 321, May 1917 
v 32, frontispiece, April-May 1920 
Avery, Isaac Erwin. v 17, p 428, June 1904 
Bagley, V.'orth. v 11, facing p 481, May 1898 
Baseball team, Trinity, v 11, facing p 469, May 1898 
Baseoall team, 1911. v 24, p 340, lay 1811 
Easketball team, 1911. v 24, p 336, May 191 i 
Bivins, Joseph Francis, v 18, facing p 1, Oct 1904 
Bradsnaw, W. G. v 13, facing p 123, Nov 1899 
Brown, Dr. C C v 11, facing p 453, May 1898 
Brown, W. H. v 15, facing p 174, Dec 1901 
Carr, Julian S. v 3, p 143, May 1890 

v.7, frontispiece, Feb 1894 
Carden, F. S- v 14, facing p 220, Jan 1901 



Clark, Judge Walter- v 9, facing p 321, Marcn 1896 
Creasy, Walter S. v 13, facing p 1, Oct 1899 
Daves, Edward Graham, v 9, frontispiece, Jan 1896 
Duke, Washington, v 3, p 143, May 1890 
Duke, B. N. v 12, facing p 44, Oct 1898 
Duke, Washington. vl2, facing p 20, Oct 1898 

v 18, facing p 407, June 1905 
Few, Dr. W. P. v 24, facing p 58, Nov 1910 
Frizzelle, J. P. v 16, facing p 515, April 1903 
Fuller, Edwin W. v 9, facing p 332, March 1896 
Harris, C H. v 9, facing p 374, March 1896 
Heartt, Dennis, v 10, facing p 344, April 1897 
Hill, Theophilus H. v 9, facing p 367, March 1896 
Hornaday, C. L. v 15, facing p 163, Dec 1901 
Howard, L. P. v 15, facing p i90, Dec 1901 

v 16, facing p 315, April 1903 
Judson, Harry Pratt, v 24, facing p 82, Nov 1910 
Kilgo, Rev. John C. v 8, frontispiece, Oct 1894 

v 12, frontispiece, Oct 1898 
Kingsbury, Dr. T. B. v 9, facing d 325, March 1896 
Liles, J. F. v 14, facing p 188, Jan 1907 
Long, J. A. v 13, facing p 73, Nov 1899 
Repplier, Agnes, v 44, p 18, Feb 1932 
Robbins, Dr. John B. v 11, facing p 468, May 1898 
Shakespeare, Wm. v 29, facing p 253, April 1916 
Simmons, Hon. F. M. v 14, facing p 177, Jan 1901 
Smith, MaJ. C H. v 14, facing p 231, Feb 1901 
Southgate, Hon. James H. v 12, facing p 12, Oct 1898 

v 30, facing p 45, Nov 1916 
Steele, General John, v 44, p 4, Hay 1932 
Stockard, Henry Jerome, v 9, facing p 353, March 1896 
Strachey, Giles Lytton, by Laura McAdams. v 44, p 4, Feb 1932 
Trinity alumni and students, v 31, facing p 3, Oct 1917 
Turner, W. D. v 14, facing p 107, Dec 1900 
Wannamaker, W. H. v 14, facing p 204, Jan 1901 
White, E. T. v 13, facing p 138, Nov 1899 

Pictures (Campus) 

As bury Building, v 24, p 378, May 1911 

Bivins Dormitory, v 24, p 344, May 1911 

Campus and Building at Trinity Perk School, v 24, p 360, May 

1911 
Campus view near Memorial Hall, v 24, p 378, May 1911 
Driveway leading to Memorial Hall, v 24, p 352, May 1911 
Eastern terraces, v 24, p 344, May 1911 
Eoworth Hall, v 24, p 352, May 1911 
Hayden Century Cfoock. v 9, facing p 548, June 1896 
Library Building, v 15, facing p 75, Nov 1901 

v 24, p 356, May 1911 



Memorial Hall flower plot, v 24, p 356, May 1911 
New Dormitory, v 24, p 341, May 1911 

Southgate Memorial Building, v 34, p 253, Jan-Feb 1922 
Trinity College, v 4, p 137, May 1891 

Washington Duke Buildings, v 24, facing p 55, Nov 1910 
V/estern Approach to Duke Built ing. v 24, p 341, May 1911 
Western campus view, v 24, p 360, May 1911 
Woman's Building, Trinity College, v 11, facing p 453, May 
1898 



List of Business Managers and Editors arranged 

Chronologically. (Names of Business Managers and 
Editors not available prior to 1890) 
Business Manager Date Editor 



(Not given) 



R. 

F. 


L. 
G. 


Davis 
Westbrook 


I. 
J. 


E. 

B. 


Avery 
Lane 


K. 


P. 


Carpenter 


K. 


F. 


Carpenter 


J. 


H. 


Seapark 


B. 


F. 


Harrison 


J. 


P. 


G-ibbons 


L. 


w. 


Elias 


s. 


A. 


Stewart 


John 


K. Wood 


E. 


s. 


Yarborough 


T. 


w. 


Smith 


7 

4-1 • 


P. 


Beachooard 



1890-91 
1891-92 

1893-98 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-01 

1901-02 

1902-03 

1903-04 



L- S. Massey 

F. Armfield 

F. G-. Westbrook 

L. T. Hartsell 

G-. T. Rowe 

S. W. Sparger 

M. T. Dickinson 

J. S. Snarp 

D. W. Hewsom 
John M. Flowers 

D. D. Peele 

H. R. Dwire 

C K. Robinson 

W. P. Budd 



Business Manager 



Date 



Editor 



i:. E. Nevvsom, Jr. 1904-05 

W. M. Smith 1905-06 

F. R. Wrenn 1906-07 

S. A. Richardson 1907-08 

T. A. Finch 1908-09 

Willis Smith 1909-10 

Ernest Cheek 1910-11 

R. G. Cherry 1911-12 

S. W. arr 1913-13 

Hilton R. Pleasants 1913-14 

W. H. Morgan 1914-15 

J. J. Lilley 1915-16 

C. A- Burns 1916-17 

E. II. Spivey 1917-18 

J. H. Harrison, Jr. 1919-20 

R. K. Farrington 192JD-21 

T. A- Banks 1921-22 

W. W. Turrentine 1922-23 

William J. Bullock 1923-24 

Chas. H. Pegram 1924-25 

Edward L. Cannon 1925-26 

B. S. Ramsey 1926-27 

Chas. A. Kirkpatrick 1927-28 

Robert M. Johnson 1928-39 



Julian B Ian chard 
S. 3- Underwood 
H. E. Spence 
W. A- Stanbury 
M. A- Briggs 
Walter B. West 
C M. Hutchings 
E. J. Lonaon 
Quinton Holton 
Robert B. Murray 
W. I. Wooten 
Isaac S. Harrell 
H. C West 
R. L. Fisner 
N. If. 'Vest 
J. L- Peterson 
S. S. Farabow 
: .Iike Bredshaw Jr. 
Hal A. Oliver 
J. J. Farris 
R. P. Harris 

A. A. Wilkinson 

B. B. Carstarphen 
David H. Tiioroe 



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Business manager Date Editor 

Julian U. Connelly 1929-30 Gerald M. Crona 

J. I. Morgan 1930-31 Gerald M. Crona 

W. A. Williams 1931-32 Ovid W. Pierce 



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